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The Land Surveyor’s Role After a Natural Disaster

No place is safe from natural disasters and the number of them seems to grow every year. Some parts of the world experience typhoons and cyclones. Some deal with tornadoes and hurricanes. Few locations are flood-free. According to Live Science, it’s not just the volume of severe events that’s ticking up, it’s also the severity. […]

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PDH Academy Needs Continuing Education Subject Matter Experts

If you consider yourself to be an expert in your field, you might have thought about how you could participate in educating people who want to work in fields like yours. You might have considered teaching or a mentorship, but you may not have thought about developing course material for continuing education your industry. If […]

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5 Categories in the 2017 National Preservation Awards

As an organization, the National Trust for Historic Preservation is dedicated to sharing information and ideas about land preservation. It is a network of people who hope to increase knowledge about land improvements. The organization offers leadership, scholarship, and grant opportunities. The National Preservation Awards present five categories for nominations based on effort participating in […]

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4 More Ways CPAs Use Summer to Prepare for the Next Busy Season

Summer is historically slower for accountants. That makes this the perfect time of year to take on projects to help the next busy season work more efficiently and productively. You’ll probably need continuing education credits soon, so that’s a good place to start. Courses are available online. You might even find a local, state or […]

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Use This Summer to Redefine Your Practice and Get CPA Continuing Education

The hectic pace of tax season slows down dramatically during the summer months. That makes it the best time to focus on processes and upgrades inside the office. Maybe your filing system needs a bit of an update. Or maybe the whole accounting team could use a software refresher course or continuing education credits. Wherever […]

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3 CPA Software Packages Rated and Reviewed

Accounting software is the cornerstone of every CPA firm. Some names are practically legends in the industry, and for good reason. They consistently earn high marks for integration, ease of use and improved workflow. Which packages are tops in the industry right now? Drake, Intuit Pro Series and ATX. Here’s how they stack up. Series […]

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Continuing Education for Rhode Island Architects in 2018

Every architect knows that learning is a career-long pursuit, and continuing education is part of the package deal. For Rhode Island architects, professional development is regulated by the Board of Examination and Registration of Architects. In 2014, the official rules and regulations for Rhode Island Registered Architects were amended to include provisions that align with […]

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4 Land Surveyor Continuing Education Courses that Matter Right Now

Some land surveyor challenges and solutions are almost universal and some arise when new technology makes more precise mapping possible. Land surveyor continuing education helps keep your skills sharp and your knowledge up to date, which is why it’s a standard part of licensing requirements. If it’s time again for you to earn more professional […]

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FASB Review: CPA Continuing Education Changes You Need to Know

Learning what’s new and retaining what’s still relevant: that’s the purpose of the PDH Academy CPA continuing education course, Changes You Need to Know – The 2017 FASB Review. This is a 16 CPE hour course that’s new for this year. It covers new FASB statements, new developments and those on the horizon, issues that […]

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Expert Interview Series: Mike Morrison of RapidBI About Training Programs That Actually Work

Mike Morrison is a leading training and change management consultant who specializes in increasing employee engagement through performance. We recently sat down with Mike to hear his thoughts on setting training goals, establishing training structures, and getting trainees’ buy-in regarding the value of the additional education. Tell us a bit about your background. Why did […]

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