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the disruptors with liz farr
geraldine carter is on a mission to make accounting more attractive as a profession, and to make accountants more profitable, particularly soloists and small firms.
in this episode of the disruptors with liz farr, carter explains the trouble with “orphan 1040s,” how to “level up” your firm, the priceless value of emotional intelligence, and why giving your all is too much (80 percent is enough.)
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