Technology in accounting – a chat with Chase Vowell

On this episode of the Tech Talk for Accountants Show, Andrew Lassise chats with Chase Vowell, Chief Accountant at Flux Accounting. They discuss technology in accounting. You can listen wherever you listen to podcasts, watch on YouTube, or listen and read below. About Chase Vowell and Flux Accounting Flux Accounting was started around 2017 when […]

David Leary discusses QuickBooks apps on the Tech Talk for Accountants Show

On this episode of the Tech Talk for Accountants Show, Andrew is joined by David Leary, a global small business ecosystem evangelist. They discuss QuickBooks apps and other topics. You can listen to the show wherever you listen to podcasts, or read/listen/watch below. Who is David Leary and how did he get into the accounting […]

Don’t miss these computer updates and avoid data breaches

Making sure your computer updates are done regularly is a large component of cybersecurity. Good software developers regularly send out updates for their software. These computer updates can be: to patch bugs improve overall performance lockdown any potential security exploits. Your computer’s operating system is the foundation that the rest of the computer’s software is […]

Keeping it jargon-free in accounting

Andrew Lassise was joined by H. Randy Hughes III, of Counting Pennies, on this episode of the Tech Talk for Accountants Show. They talked about jargon free communication, technology, and much more. You can listen wherever you listen to podcasts, below, watch on YouTube or read the related article below. Who is H. Randy Hughes […]

Putting President Trump’s taxes into context [Podcast]

The New York Times reported that President Trump paid $750 in federal taxes each during two recent years. Given that many people that work as employees pay more than that this created questions to the accounting community. How is that possible? How can I pay that amount? Can that be real? LuSundra Everett, the Home […]