Marci Carthan has forty years of accounting and bookkeeping experience. She has worked for large chain restaurants and a wide variety of independent small and medium-sized businesses and medical practices. Her expertise is with full-service accounting including payroll and payroll tax reporting, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger and sales tax. In addition to being a Certified QuickBooks Online ProAdvisor®, she has experience with Sage accounting software. Marci is originally from Idaho but has embraced the South as her new home and is enjoying being near family and the Atlanta music scene.
If you plan to attend a conference soon, it will likely be a virtual event. While some may dismiss virtual conferences as just sitting in front of a computer, the fact is they can be more comfortable (sweatpants, anyone?), more rewarding and every bit as enjoyable as an in-person event. If you’re a virtual conference newbie, here are some tips to get the most from your experience:
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