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Alan M. Friedman, CPA
Albany, New York
at Friedman, Kannenberg & Company
my dad was a CPA and instilled in me, at
a very young age, the importance of the
accounting profession and the honor
and ethics associated with being a CPA.
our commitment to quality work and client service in a niche industry -
the music industry.
the "nuts and bolts" of accounting that I learned during summer college
internships at my dad's CPA practice. Little did I know that rudimentary
knowledge and experience would form the rock-solid foundation for
everything else I learned over my more than 30 years of public practice.
Year-end accounting engagements
for our music instrument retailing clients.
broke guitar player!
Hug Your Customers, a book about excellence in retailing.
24 (I've been in severe depression since it went
off the air); now it's American Idol.
The Sixth Sense.
I love movies that
make me cry hysterically.
if you have to think twice about doing
something, you probably shouldn't do it; your reputation means everything.
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Friedman plays lead guitar with The Accounting
Crows, Connecticut's CPA rock band.