Siri Takes me to Schneider Downs


By Rachel Theiler

Going into my junior year at Ohio State, my goal for first semester was to obtain a summer internship in order to gain some accounting experience before ... read more >

Where Did All of the Skilled Laborers Go? Residential and Commercial Contractors In Need of Skilled Labor

The housing market, which had played a prominent role in crippling the economy back in 2007 through 2009, has since seen favorable trends over the past ... read more >

Culture shapes Perception


By Ashley Horvath

When I made the decision to study abroad for the fall semester of my junior year, I was excited. I quickly came to realize though that I would be missing ... read more >

Networking: Where the Search Starts


By Jessica Kuhn

When I decided accounting was the major I wanted to pursue, there were two words that kept echoing in my head from hearing them so many times: network ... read more >

IRS Delays Adoption of New Mortality Assumptions, Saving Companies Billions in 2016


By Lara Fuller

In February 2015, the Society of Actuaries issued new assumptions on mortality to adjust for the fact that Americans are living approximately two years ... read more >

New Rules for CEO Pay Ratio Disclosures Coming

As part of the Dodd-Frank Act, the SEC recently approved a new rule requiring U.S. public companies to disclose the ratio between their CEO’s compensation ... read more >

A Well-Rounded Experience

In college, there were times that it would have been easier for me to sit back and coast through my days there, but I am so glad that I didn’t do ... read more >

Construction Spending Hits Seven-Year High

Construction spending in July 2015 improved to the highest level since May 2008, according to the U.S. Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce. Based ... read more >