We’re proud that Avalara’s Top 100 Accounting Social Networks ranking is made up of a diverse group of accounting industry professionals. Since the launch of this community in 2017, we have all benefited from group members bringing their communication styles, personalities, experiences and visions to the table via our bi-weekly ranking posts.

Always curious to know more about our participants, this week we decided to ask them to share titles of books they were reading or share podcast recommendations. Be sure to scroll down this article to read the highlights of this thread or click on the #AccountingTop100 Twitter hashtag to read conversations.

You won’t want to miss the highlights of the latest Top 100…

Arrives at #1 this version, is CPA, Jason Staats (@jstaatscpa on Twitter), partner of Brenner & Company, LLP, Certified Public Accountants of Willamette Valley and other Oregon locations. In addition to overseeing the managed accounting arm of the business, Jason defines himself as an entrepreneur and a creator. He shares his passion for the industry with his Automation podcast as well as other endeavors which you will find listed on his Linktree page.

Rise socially: Landing in the top 100 at No. 91 is Jennifer Bauldic (@jenniferbauldic on Twitter), after an impressive jump of 131 places since #222! Jennifer is President and Financial Coach of Jetstream Administration Inc., based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

John McCarthy, CPA (@johnmccarthycpa on Twitter) is the founder of McCarthy Tax Preparation, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based virtual business that says it was “created for tax advisors who don’t like taxes.” This version, John jumped 108 places from 205th place to land in 97th place.

Keep up the momentum Jennifer and John, we are happy to have you with us! Check out the latest ranking here: https://www.rise.global/accounting-top-100/r/2700252

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How Ranking Works: The Top 100 Accounting Social Media Ranking uses an algorithm that scores and ranks users based on five separate metrics, each weighted according to its perceived value. These five metrics are calculated every two weeks and combined to form a power score: a value from 1 to 100 based on Rise.Global’s relative scoring method. This power score determines a user’s rank on each new version of the leaderboard.

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