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3/19/2019

Prevent everyday stress from becoming full-fledged burnout by learning to say no, getting away from work more often and realizing perfectionism is not a virtue, writes Lydia Smith. "Instead, diligence, flexibility and perseverance are far better qualities," says Thomas Curran, co-author of a UK study on the extreme effects of stress.

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Yahoo
3/19/2019

Data breaches are often the result of human error. Here are several ways to address the issue, including automating security processes.

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TechRepublic
3/19/2019

The auditor's report is undergoing the biggest change in 70 years, and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board staff is providing guidance to assist in implementation.

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PCAOB
3/19/2019

Retirees can decide between keeping a 401(k) and rolling the money into an IRA. Factors such as fees and investment options might influence the choice.

3/19/2019

Find out about a special rule that lets the 2017 tax law's higher exclusion amount continue to apply in some instances after the provision's scheduled sunset.

3/19/2019

You're spending a good bit of time at your desk these days. Make your workstation more comfortable with these simple adjustments.

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AICPA Insights
3/19/2019

Seniority is hardly the only factor that must be considered when people are promoted. Demand for proficiency with technology has made skills-based promotion more essential than ever.

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CPA Insider
3/19/2019

Establishing the proper foundation at work can go far in avoiding workplace conflict. Taking these five steps can help.

3/19/2019

A company's approach to leadership might need to change as the business expands. Here are five factors to consider as teams grow larger.

3/19/2019

Porter was CFO and interim controller at Gazelle Transportation.

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