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  • Bill Schneider

    Bill Schneider

    CPA, CGMA; Director of Accounting, AT&T Services, Inc.

    Education:
    Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Accountancy from the University of Georgia Tull School of Accounting
    Experience:
    25 years of experience in internal controls, SEC reporting, technical accounting, and accounting process development
    Interesting Fact:
    When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, the company I worked for had the only surviving long distance phone switch in the city. We had to quickly set up processes to allow other telephone companies to use the switch for their customer?s calls at cost rather than at normal wholesale rates. We had to determine what the cost was, set up special credits in the billing system and do several other things so that people could get in touch with their loved ones to make sure they were OK.
    CPA Advice:

    The CPA exam is the hardest test you will ever take, but it is not impossible. Plan out your study routine and get the test done as soon as you can. You only have to pass it once.

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