Category Archives: Infographics

Career Options for the Aspiring Accountants

This infographic comes courtesy of my competitor, University of Alabama at Birmingham: University of Alabama at Birmingham Online Accounting Degrees Copyright © 2013 The University of Alabama at Birmingham Advertisements

Career Options for the Aspiring Accountants

This infographic comes courtesy of my competitor, University of Alabama at Birmingham: University of Alabama at Birmingham Online Accounting Degrees Copyright © 2013 The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Rise and Fall of the Gatekeepers -or- Why I Blog

I’m very excited that Dave Albrecht of The Summa invited me to join him and a panel of bloggers at this year’s AAA National Meeting in Washington DC*. I feel particularly intimidated to serve on a panel with such illustrious

Rise and Fall of the Gatekeepers -or- Why I Blog

I’m very excited that Dave Albrecht of The Summa invited me to join him and a panel of bloggers at this year’s AAA National Meeting in Washington DC*. I feel particularly intimidated to serve on a panel with such illustrious

Costing Batman (Accounting + Infographic + Current Movies = Awesome)

I found this fantastic infographic yesterday: How often do you find something that relates to accounting (costing out a superhero), infographics, and current movies? Anyway, this got my inner accountant thinking: how often to movies and especially comics force us

Costing Batman (Accounting + Infographic + Current Movies = Awesome)

I found this fantastic infographic yesterday: How often do you find something that relates to accounting (costing out a superhero), infographics, and current movies? Anyway, this got my inner accountant thinking: how often to movies and especially comics force us

Was there an Obama Spending Binge?

First of all let me premise this post by saying that I am going to focus on accounting and performance measurement, an area of my expertise, and not about politics (an area where I don’t have much expertise).  Rex Nutting

Was there an Obama Spending Binge?

First of all let me premise this post by saying that I am going to focus on accounting and performance measurement, an area of my expertise, and not about politics (an area where I don’t have much expertise).  Rex Nutting

Definitely “too big to fail”

Mark B. sent me a terrifying  infographic describing 9 banks’ derivative exposure: http://demonocracy.info/infographics/usa/derivatives/bank_exposure.html The graphic starts with a single $100 bill: Then the graphic visually describes the amount of cash necessary to cover different banks’ hedges: I cut off the

Definitely “too big to fail”

Mark B. sent me a terrifying  infographic describing 9 banks’ derivative exposure: http://demonocracy.info/infographics/usa/derivatives/bank_exposure.html The graphic starts with a single $100 bill: Then the graphic visually describes the amount of cash necessary to cover different banks’ hedges: I cut off the

Free Stuff! Freaking accountant’s “before & after” contest!

Infographics make information a whole lot easier to understand.  But why don’t accountants use infographics? In this contest, I challenge you to use accounting information to prepare an original infographic.  Send to me, via e-mail (mark.holtzman@shu.edu): your “before” (whatever data

Free Stuff! Freaking accountant’s “before & after” contest!

Infographics make information a whole lot easier to understand.  But why don’t accountants use infographics? In this contest, I challenge you to use accounting information to prepare an original infographic.  Send to me, via e-mail (mark.holtzman@shu.edu): your “before” (whatever data

Accounting & Infographics

I’ve worked in accounting for three years.  I’ve studied accounting in University for nine years.  And I’ve taught accounting for fifteen years: My life And I have a question.  Why do accountants use so few infographics?  Here’s a Venn Diagram

Accounting & Infographics

I’ve worked in accounting for three years.  I’ve studied accounting in University for nine years.  And I’ve taught accounting for fifteen years: My life And I have a question.  Why do accountants use so few infographics?  Here’s a Venn Diagram