Years ago, when AccountingDepartment.com was a much smaller company, we had the idea to celebrate the end of January. Why celebrate the end of January? Well, January is a tough month for accounting departments. Every January accounting departments across the country are chasing 1099s, making sure books are prepared to close for the previous year, and of course also manage the ongoing daily bookkeeping required for January and the upcoming year. In short, January is rough—even when you’re a standardized, process-driven company with everything “under control”. So every year, on the first Friday of February, AccountingDepartment.com celebrates its employees’ efforts and commitment by hosting a Pizza Party for the entire company. But just as you may imagine, AccountingDepartment.com’s annual Pizza Party is anything but ordinary.
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