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Category Archives: Accounting
For many students, an internship isn’t on their checklist of things to do before graduation. Sure, some Minnesota School of Business programs require internships or externships. For those students, it’s a bonus – in-field experience that is built right into … Continue reading
Sometimes, when the going gets tough—midterms, snowstorms, family issues, money problems, etc.—it’s easy to lose sight of the end goal. Why are you staying up late to finish homework when you’ve worked all day? Why did you drive through an … Continue reading
Eric Fredrickson is not only a forensic accounting degree student and a Resource Center math tutor, but he is now also Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee’s first Student of the Quarter. Eric was anonymously nominated by his instructors to receive the … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s Accounting Degree Program Chair, Chris Strand, recently visited South Education Center Alternative (SECA) in Richfield—a hop, skip, and a jump away from our own campus. Chris spoke to approximately 20 students in Peter Rantanen’s Government class … Continue reading
Julian Currie, Minnesota School of Business-Rochester accounting program chair and resident tax guru, provides some insight for adding some cushion to your bottom line. Read, save and be happier with more money in your pocket! The tax deadline is just … Continue reading
2013 will be the best year for the labor market since 2007, but the outlook is even brighter for individuals with a degree in accounting. Leading talent acquisition firm Robert Half has found that the unemployment rate for accounting professionals … Continue reading
The movie Identity Thief may be a comedy, but anyone who has dealt with having their identity stolen has not found it funny. How often do we hear about websites and companies being hacked and personal information stolen? Credit card … Continue reading
For accounting degree students in the Tax II class at Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville, the very public national attention given to the fiscal cliff offered an opportunity to learn a great deal about the changes that have come to the … Continue reading
Last month we highlighted a health care management student as our first student of the winter quarter at Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center. This month, we highlight our second student of the quarter, Shadrick Cooper, who is working on his … Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Minnesota School of Business – Lakeville’s Accounting Program Chair, presented on Finance and Accounting program curriculum at the DECA National Council meeting on Competitive Events. He represented these areas for Collegiate DECA, as the organization met with key … Continue reading