CPAs have to be on top of technology wherever they find themselves--in practice, in business and industry, in government, in education, or even in retirement. Technology is embedded in the software CPAs load onto their desktops and networks, much more dynamically, on the Internet. While there may be a few CPAs who still get a chuckle when they say they are 'technologically challenged,' most who try to laugh their way through will get nothing more than a strange look from business colleagues and clients.
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