Episode 67: Fall 2019 Fashion Tips For Professionals

In this episode, we share stories around our journey with fashion. We discuss the impact fashion has on how you feel about yourself and how others perceive you. Additionally, we provide you tips on how you can dress to the nines without hurting your bank account. If you enjoy fashion, want to learn how to improve your fashion, or want to know how you can dress fashionably on a budget, you won’t want to miss this episode. Now we want to hear from you. How would you describe fashion style? Be sure to let us know in the comments below! For more resources, be sure to check out:

1. Study mentioned wearing a doctor’s coat versus a painter’s coat https://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/03/science/clothes-and-self-perception.html?mtrref=www.youtube.com&gwh=CF55504F304918CA621E88DD50638677&gwt=pay&assetType=REGIWALL

2. https://www.moneyandmimosas.com/lifestyle/how-to-clean-out-your-closet

3.https://beingboss.club/podcast

 

Danetha Doe is the creator of Money & Mimosas, a blog read by thousands of ambitious women who are unapologetic about wanting to be rich and sexy. She was named a personal finance expert by Fast Company and is the star financial expert in the TV series, Going From Broke, produced by Ashton Kutcher. A former NFL cheerleader, Danetha loves dance and bottomless mimosa brunches. Let's hang out!

Instagram:https://instagram.com/danethadoe/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danethadoe/

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.moneyandmimosas.com

Episode 65: Building Community As An Accountant

 In this episode, we chat about how to build and nurture your community. We share tips on how we built our communities using social media and finding “our people” when we move to a new city. The question we’d like to leave with you is “What traits do you look for you in your community?” Let us know in the comments, below!

For more resources, check out: Rally Health’s research on the rise of loneliness and its connection to mental health issues.

 

This episode is brought to you by Money & Mimosas.

Episode 61: Thera Wright Gialluca, Strategic Relations at Ohio Society of CPAs

In this episode I interview, Thera Wright about her career journey, her role as Manager of Strategic Relations at the Ohio of Society of CPAs and what she sees as the future of accounting.

 

Resources mentioned:

  1. Ohio Society of CPAs website

  2. Ohio Society of CPAs LinkedIn

  3. Ohio Society of CPAs Instagram

  4. Women, Wealth and Wellness conference

 

This episode is brought to you by Money & Mimosas

Episode 60: Self-Care During the Busy Tax Season

In this episode, learn the three areas of self-care and how to slowly wind down out of the stressful tax season.

Resources mentioned:

  1. Women, Wealth & Wellness conference with the Ohio Society of CPAs

  2. Money & Mimosas


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About Danetha: Danetha is the creator of Money & Mimosas. As a serial entrepreneur she manages a portfolio of companies as an investor and owner. She is known as the money mentor for ambitious women and been named a top 40 under 40 accounting professional by CPA Practice Advisor and a millennial entrepreneur to watch by the office of Congresswoman Barbara Lee.


Episode 59: Define Your Success

In this episode I explore the question I receive often from financial professionals, "How do I combine my passions with my career?"

After some reflection, I came to a conclusion that surprised myself.

 Mentioned in this episode:

  1. Women, Wealth & Wellness conference with the Ohio Society of CPAs

  2. Money & Mimosas


About Danetha: Danetha is a serial entrepreneur and manages a portfolio of companies as an investor and owner. She is known as the money mentor for ambitious women and been named a top 40 under 40 accounting professional by CPA Practice Advisor and a millennial entrepreneur to watch by the office of Congresswoman Barbara Lee. Her lifestyle brand, Money & Mimosas, is a community and blog read by thousands of women from Dubai to San Francisco seeking financial guidance.

Episode 58: Why you should not combine your passions with your career

In this episode I explore the question I receive often from financial professionals, "How do I combine my passions with my career?"

After some reflection, I came to a conclusion that surprised myself.

 Mentioned in this episode:

  1. Women, Wealth & Wellness conference with the Ohio Society of CPAs

  2. Money & Mimosas


About Danetha: Danetha is a serial entrepreneur and manages a portfolio of companies as an investor and owner. She is known as the money mentor for ambitious women and been named a top 40 under 40 accounting professional by CPA Practice Advisor and a millennial entrepreneur to watch by the office of Congresswoman Barbara Lee. Her lifestyle brand, Money & Mimosas, is a community and blog read by thousands of women from Dubai to San Francisco seeking financial guidance.

Episode 56: Rachel Bitz, Accountant & Powerlifter

In this episode, Rachel Bitz shares how she has seamlessly integrated her passion for fitness with her accounting career.

Learn about her path from working in public accounting, to going to industry to leading her own practice based in Silicon Valley.

Resources mentioned:

  1. Website

  2. Accodex

  3. Rachel's LinkedIn

  4. Rachel's Instagram

  5. Tools Rachel uses: Mindbody Online, Push Press

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Episode 55: Dan Nicholson, CEO of Nth Degree CPAs

This episode features Dan Nicholson, CPA who is the CEO of Nth Degree CPAs.

Dan founded Nth Degree CPAs in 2008 with the objective of building a successful practice by helping small business owners to achieve their financial goals.

A Northwest native, Dan grew up in Renton and attended Seattle University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with emphases in both Accounting and E-Commerce Information Systems.

Upon graduation, Dan was selected out of a pool of nominees from the nation’s top 50 accounting programs for an exclusive fellowship with the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). As a member of the GASB team, he was responsible for managing all technical inquiries and assisted what has become Statement No. 53, "Accounting and Financial Reporting for Derivative Instruments." (For those who don’t speak CPA, accountants consider setting a national standard to be a big deal).

In this episode you will learn how Dan has built a multi-million dollar firm while balancing time with family and personal development. 

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To learn more about Dan's firm, visit Nth Degree CPAs

 

This episode is brought to you by Money & Mimosas

Episode 54: Welcome to Season 4!

Happy New Year! In this episode I share a little behind the scenes of what I've been working on in my business, and what you can expect from this season on the Future of Accounting podcast.

A couple of links that I mention in the show:

  1. If you'd like to be a guest on the show, click the link to submit your application:http://www.moneyandmimosas.com/podcastapplication

  2. If you would like to contribute an article to MoneyandMimosas.com, send an email to [email protected] with 2-3 topics that you wish to cover and we will get back to you.

Thanks for tuning in and let's make 2019 your best year, yet!

Episode 53: Building a tax consulting practice with Randy Joseph

This episode features Randy Joseph of Randy Joseph Consulting. She is a CPA based in Seattle. I met her during my Future of Accounting tour sponsored by Avalara, during our visit to speak with the Accounting Financial Women’s Alliance Seattle chapter.

Randy first launched her tax practice around 1987, grew it successfully and sold it in 2011. Then, her daughter Deva, decided she wanted to start her accounting business and mom thought “hey, let’s do this together!”. So in 2014, they launched their accounting consulting practice and have successfully grown it with a niche focus on employees with stock options.

In this episode, Randy shares her career journey. How technology and marketing has changed with her second practice versus her first accounting firm, the billing adjustments she’s made in order to improve cash flow and her advice on how to build confidence when talking about your pricing and feeds. 


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Episode 52: TECH SPOTLIGHT- Arkimera Robotics with Markus Mantere

This tech spotlight episode features is Markus Mantere with Arkimera Robotics.  They are based in Sweden and have created a robot to automate the mundane tasks that financial professionals have had to endure. Some tasks that used to take 2-3 hours, will now be reduced to a mere five minutes. So awesome! could be reduced to 5 minutes.

In this episode we’ll learn about his unique career journey, why he decided to retire with chickens and then come out of retirement to enter the accounting tech world. And how Arkimera Robotics is adding to the evolution and future of accounting.

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This episode is brought to you by Money & Mimosas.

 

Episode 51: Social Accounting with Amanda Matthews, Controller at Piaggio Fast Forward

Today’s guest is Amanda Matthews. Amanda is a controller for Piaggio Fast Forward a tech company based in Boston. Amanda and I met at an accounting conference a few years ago.

Amanda is an incredibly skilled accountant, tech savvy and has created a career that allows her the flexibility to pursue outside passions.

In this episode, you’ll learn about Amanda’s career journey, a day in the life of a Controller, the systems her company uses to automate accounting processes and how she sees the future of accounting helping companies with their social responsibilities initiatives- through what she calls Social Accounting. 


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Resources mentioned:

  1. SAP- Concur

  2. Mineral Tree

  3. Netsuite

  4. Trello

  5. Avalara

This episode is brought to you by Money & Mimosas

Episode 50: Adam Nubern, CEO of NuventureCPA

Adam Nubern is the founder of Nuventure CPA, an accounting practice dedicated to helping digital nomads, travel bloggers, and location independent folks manage their finances.

He and his wife launched Nuventure CPA and Nuventure Travels four years ago after they decided to pack up, leave everything they knew to travel the world. The two of them saved up $30K to travel the world for two years. That two years turned into four, and they have visited New Zealand, Germany, Greece, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Jamaica…to name a very short few.

They have been featured on HGTV and are truly living the dream of loving what you do, doing what you love, and building a lifestyle business.

In this episode you will learn why Adam pursued a career in accounting and when he realized that traditional CPA work was not for him. How he prices his services, the tools he uses to run a remote practice and his marketing strategies for building a successful business where he is now turning away clients.

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This episode is brought to you by Money & Mimosas. Click here to learn about our 2019 CPA Partner Program.

Episode 49: TECH SPOTLIGHT- Suneera Madhani, CEO of FattMerchant

In this tech spotlight episode, I'm highlighting a disruptive product that helps accounting professionals provide exceptional service to their clients.

Today's episode highlights Suneera Madhani, the CEO of FattMerchant.

FattMerchant is disrupting the payments ecosystem with their simple yet robust and affordable technology. In four short years, they have processed over $2 billion in payments and work with thousands of merchants. By eliminating hidden processing fees and introducing a subscription based model for their clients, they are saving small business owners thousands of dollars. And saving accountants several hours of reconciliation nightmares.

In this episode, you learn about:

  1. Suneera's career journey from studying finances to launching her own business

  2. What makes FattMerchant so innovative and cutting-edge

  3. How FattMerchant saved one client $70,000 in credit card processing fees in one year

Resources mentioned:

  1. Suneera's Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn

  2. FattMerchant

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This episode is brought to you by Money & Mimosas. Click here to learn about our 2019 CPA Partner Program.