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October 05, 2006

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Christopher Silvey

Thanks for the recognition and comment on my site.

Brandt

Isn't accounting a bit of a boring topic? But the very existence of such blogs probably prove that some people will find it interesting reading up on some accounting tips in between.

Krupo

In case you're curious, I'm already working but I'm a student in the sense that I've just written by CA exam and it'll take a bit over a year from now to get my professional experience hours to drop the "student" from 'CA student'. :)

taxalicious

Hey Michelle -- thanks for mentioning Taxalicious.

Neil McIntyre

Thanks for the link. I tried to trackback this post, but it still isn't showing up!

Gina

I'd like to be considered for next year's list. My blog is called Gina's Tax Blog and I talk about US and Texas taxes.

And yes Brandt, accounting to some is a boring subject, but as they say, accountant's are not boring, they just get excited about boring things!

jack

Hey, thanks for the taxalicious plug!

Malcolm

It's very nice to be included in a list with 5 of my favorite blogs!

As to the question "Isn't accounting a bit of a boring topic?", hmmm, let's see ... It seems a discipline that can be largely summed up (I think about 80%) using the notation ...

A(t) - L(t) - E(t) = 0
E(t) = E(t-1)+CC(t)+NI(t)-DIV(t)
NI(t) = REV(t)-EXP(t)+G(t)-L(t)

HEP principle: dA, dL, dE are measured at FMV(CR) = FMV(CG).

REV principle: REV is measured at HEP when earned and realizable.

EXP principle: EXP are recognized as resources are consumed, and are matched with related revenues.

DISC principle: Explanation of economic resources/events and how measured is necessary.

... is either stunningly boring or stunningly fascinating. I'd wager most of us go back and forth on which it is on a fairly regular basis!

George Weinbaum

Everyone has a blog, so I now have Skeptical CPA at blogspot.

Ian

Malcolm, that comment made me laugh out loud!

There's also an accountancy blog here:

http://www.thebusinesslounge.co.uk

Lynn Northrup

It was great to see such an abundance of resources offered here. I am a CPA who is focused on helping business and other CPAs from my unique experiences and training. I will follow your blog with interest and hope I can bring something to the table down the road. Check out my new blog.

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