Digital technology affords CPAs the ability to connect with their network from the safety of their home or office.
Experts share the steps their firms have implemented to manage their workforces remotely as they ride out the crisis.
Changes brought on by the SECURE act have added new wrinkles to the planning process that must be considered by IRA owners and CPA financial planners.
While months of testing may not be possible right now, there are still ways to optimize your team members’ experience with new technology.
Here’s how several CPAs are dealing with the challenges of being a stay-at-home parent and a work-from-home employee at the same time.
Understanding the ways mentorship and sponsorship are distinct can help you get the most out of these relationships.
Getting off on the right foot with a new boss can set the tone for your working relationship.
Three CPAs who refused to give up their dreams describe how they kept going through difficult times and the lessons they learned.
In this time of transformation and innovation, honesty and transparency in leadership are important to motivate staff and create an environment where people feel safe.
When partners are on the same page, firms propel forward, as opposed to remaining stagnant.
This article discusses ways to make getting criticism feel more productive and less personal.
Changes went into effect in February to ease the burden for smaller businesses seeking relief through the bankruptcy process.
Leaders should understand not only how to provide effective feedback but how to receive it as well.
This article explores the reasons firms should move to remote work management on an ongoing basis and why resisting remote work and service delivery can place a firm at a competitive disadvantage.
A CPA discusses how best to present additional services to tax clients without coming off as pushy or aggressive.