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June 22, 2006

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Dave Rachford

Thanks for the mention! and keep up the good work!

Dave

Tracy Coenen

Thanks for noticing my blog!

Dan Meyer

Thanks for mentioning my blog. I did not see "BSG CPA Trendlines" by Rick Telberg mentioned and I think that "Fraud Files" was mentioned twice.

RNC

Yes,I have also been searching but found lawyers more active.Are Accountants ,in general,not net savy?I am from India and would like to hear from you as to whether there will be interest in the Accounting scenario in India including a comparison between USGAPP and Indian GAAP.

Madhur Khandelia

Another blog of Chartered Accountants in India for public is forum4ca.com. This blog is meant for Chartered Accountants, finance pros, and CPAs. Its a good platform for discussion and a window to India's corporate, financial and accounting world.

Dave Fender

Great information. Agree with you that there is a dearth of CPA blogs. Time to change that state of affairs.

Brannon Poe

I'm finding this post a little late, but I am a CPA that blogs. I am an accounting practice broker and share my thoughts about succession issues as well as practice operation tips discovered from some of my especially succesful clients. I am blogging every other week. My website is http://www.poegroupadvisors.com/.

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