Grieving At Work

Content Warning: The following blog post and video discuss sensitive topics like illness, death, and grief. Even though these subjects are a fact of life, they can be emotionally upsetting for some viewers. Theme: On August 4th, next week, I’ll be celebrating my mom’s 6th celestial birthday. And I miss her. Almost every person you meet is missing someone, or they will be one day. … Continue reading Grieving At Work

Disability and Public Accounting

Living with a disability in the United States is hard and expensive. The National Disability Institute produced a research paper studying this inequality. Researchers determined that a household containing an adult with a disability that impacted their ability to work required about 28% more income to achieve the same standard of living than a household without a disabled individual. That amount is approximately $17,690 for … Continue reading Disability and Public Accounting