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September 27, 2023

Accountingfly Featured Job of the Week: YourBooks Bookkeeping Manager With Lurie, LLP

Accountingfly's featured job this week is an YourBooks Bookkeeping Manager with Lurie, LLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Position: YourBooks Bookkeeping Manager
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Employer: Lurie, LLP
Requirements: Bachelor's degree; 5+ years bookkeeping experience; CPA license preferred

Lurie is a different kind of accounting firm, made great by our exceptional talent. We are fueled by the entrepreneurial spirit and driven to serve our community, and our industry, with conviction and vision. We strive to create a connected and collaborative environment of camaraderie for our staff and those we work with. From impromptu celebrations, to the canine crazed bring your dog to work day, to a well-timed practical joke, we understand that happy work is good work and that at the end of the day, we're all people. That's what culture means to us.

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