Yes, there are accountants who “blog” on the “Internets.” All of these blogs are pretty ace and are definitely worth checking out.
myCAsite – myCAsite.com is an online community dedicated to helping university students and new graduates in Canada pursuing the CA designation.
Neil McIntyre, CA – Neil blogs about how technology is changing the fields of accounting, audit, and tax, and how innovative professionals are harnessing emerging technology to do better work.
Junior Deputy Accountant – accounting enthusiast, hipster artist, mother, authorized snark distributor, disbeliever in government, believer in regulation.
A Counting School – Hardcore Chartered Accountancy – ACS is a site filled with tortured stories of anguish. And joy. Mostly joy. And notes on accounting.
Accounting Elf – I’m Kel, and this is a blog about accounting, commuting, internships, escalators, and whatever random topics I feel like writing about
Second Rate CA – fresh grad, accounting major, wants to get a chartered accountant designation. Whether I can is another question altogether
Energized Accounting – This blog is devoted to getting the most out of your business software: implementation war stories, lessons learned, insights, and approaches in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors.
re: The Auditors – Francine McKenna has twenty-plus years of experience in the professional services environment, including tenure both in the US and abroad at PwC, KPMG/BearingPoint, JP Morgan and Jefferson Wells/Manpower. She leads McKenna Partners LLC, a specialized consultancy, advising other professional services firms on corporate governance and operational issues, in particular those with interests in Mexico and South America.
CPA Exam – This blog is about overcoming failures, circumstances, laziness, excuses and passing the CPA Exam – no matter your age – no matter how long it takes – no matter what people say.
Big 4 Bound – Follow me as I look to take over the world, bumping, tripping and probably being very awkward during my very first step – the recruiting process
Narrowing the GAAP – your ultimate guide to the Big 4 accounting firms (i.e. Deloitte, Ernst and Young, KPMG, and PricewaterhouseCoopers) and the life of an accounting professional.