Joseph D. Rotman is a licensed CPA in the state of Texas. Joe graduated from George Mason University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science in accounting and earned an MBA from the University of Tampa in 2000.
Between 2010 and 2015, Joe held positions of senior manager of SEC reporting & compliance, director of corporate accounting, director of SEC reporting, and corporate controller for three different organizations.
Joe’s professional experience and varied roles allowed him to observe a myriad of accounting and finance professionals, enabling him to make firsthand observations from the accounting trenches. Joe began keeping a list of every accountant mistake he observed for the purpose of recognizing and preventing common mistakes, minimizing their occurrences, and mitigating resulting disruptions. Joe recognized common factors contributing to mistakes between various organizations and verified that these patterns were universal throughout corporate America when he interviewed more than a hundred accounting professionals at all levels.
His findings led to an easily digestible set of methods to detect and prevent accounting mistakes. Executive coaching lessons, which helped him to adapt to a variety of communication challenges, combined with these methods. This led to this revolutionary book designed to hone your mastery of the accounting/finance profession and accelerate your career.