Category Archives: Economics

Bankruptcy Basics for Forensic Accountants

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Bankruptcy is important for forensic accountants and auditors to understand. It’s also a niche that can differentiate an accountant as a specialist. Bankruptcy is a complex process many accountants come across in their work and a niche expertise that can help differentiate accountants in their market. That’s why we’ve created… Read more »

Critical Advice For Startup CEOs

If you’re tenacious- and you’re willing to constantly adapt to change- you can make it as a start-up CEO. If not, you’ll almost certainly fail. Now, that’s a pretty strong statement, but my experience tells me that tenacity and adaptability are the two key traits that a CEO (any CEO)… Read more »

What is the Hardest Truth of Economics?

Complexity can kill. I saw it 20 years ago, and I’m seeing it today, and it’s one of three hard truths about economic and finance. Here’s what I mean: So I was working out at the gym last November, and CNBC had yet another story on Coinbase, which is a… Read more »