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Katy Ayo: Saville Spotlight

Respect Shines Through at Saville   Jonathan Gilbert, Saville’s Practice Talent Coordinator recently sat down with Katy Ayo, one of the newest additions to the Saville family to learn what she thinks is special about working at our firm. Saville:  What has been your favorite aspect of working at Saville? My favorite aspect is the […]

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Accounting-Top Profitable Industry

Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services are collectively amongst the most profitable industries. Those services collectively had a net profit margin, on a pre-tax basis, of 19.80 percent. In contrast, legal services had a net profit margin of 17.82 percent, oil and gas extraction had a margin of 16.43 percent, commercial and industrial machinery […]

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Five Qualitites of Successful Young Leaders

The best way to become an effective leader is to disregard it as a goal and instead focus on a learning journey that combines formal experiences in a workplace with selective experiences of your own making. Here five priorities for young people interested in becoming effective leaders: 1. Pursue your passions Sound cliché? Well, I […]

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Unprecedented Demand for Accounting Graduates

Bolstering reports of a suddenly surging profession with a high demand for top talent, CPA firms are hiring a record number of graduates. At the same time, the pipeline of accounting students is bulging, suggesting to some that the continuing high demand for new recruits can be met by newly minted graduates for the next […]

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It’s All in the Handshake

Hand shakes matter. They are an important part of our business (and personal) life. Getting it wrong can create awkward moments and distract from making a good first impression.     I am sure you have all been there when we meet someone new and as part of the initial introduction we shake their hands […]

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Olympic Wins are Taxable

Quick. Name three millionaires on the American Winter Olympic team at Sochi.   It’s tough. According to Bankrate, the top five American Olympic athletes (NHL athletes excluded) at Sochi are Shaun White, Bode Miller, Ted Ligety, Hannah Teter and Lindsey Jacobellis; the latter two barely crack the $1 million mark. It’s a far cry from […]

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We are Hiring! Bookkeeper

  Saville, Dodgen & Company is seeking a full charge bookkeeper for our Public Accounting Firm  in Downtown Dallas, TX.   Flexible work schedule and possibly some work from home if desired.Up to $65K and other benefits depending on experience Desired Skills and Experience Must have QuickBooks, Payroll and Sales Tax experience. Preferred if candidate […]

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Hiring: Senior Valuation Associate

We are currently seeking a Senior Valuation Associate to join our Assurance and Advisory practice.   Responsibilities: Participate in financial reporting valuation assignments such as; performing purchase price allocations for real estate and operating businesses, impairment analysis, goodwill measurement Conduct due diligence activities on M&A transactions Assist in report preparation , proposals and presentations Assist […]

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Are You Ready For Some (Saville) Football?

What is there not to love about the fall? Cooler weather. Color-changing leaves. And football. After volunteering at the North Texas Food Bank, the men of Saville took advantage of the sun shine and cool breeze and headed over to a local park for a little game of two-hand-touch football. Luckily, all of these men […]

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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween from Saville, Dodgen & Company! Last night, the ghost of Albert Pujols’s Career snuck into our office and landed on Andrew Pope’s desk. The ghost seemed very unsettled after Game 6 of the 2013 MLB World Series. While the Cardinals have continued their successful baseball program without hitch after Pujols said goodbye two […]

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