Lester McKeever talks about what it was like to work for Mary T. Washington, a legendary accountant who became the first female African-American CPA in 1943, and also offers advice on succession planning at smaller firms.
Firm practice management
This episode will bring you up to date on the latest developments in CPA firm mobility.
This article offers ways to help managers build an effective team and develop exercises to keep it running smoothly.
Don’t underestimate how much showing your appreciation means to staff.
Don’t expose your practice to a severe liability claim by relying on one of several fallacious arguments for avoiding the use of engagement letters.
Accounting students are the future of the profession. So how can professors and practitioners work together to make sure those students complete their education and go on to earn their CPA license with the skill sets they need to be successful?
Developing and delivering on a customer promise can help organizations find a simple road to success in a complex, fast-paced business environment.
This article discusses the phases of the interview process and ideas for improving the candidate experience.
This article discusses ways to assess your firm’s future readiness in its culture and talent practices.
There are steps recruiters and hiring managers can take to avoid ghosting.
Rian Powell explains the right questions to ask during job interviews to assess candidates’ soft skills.
This article explains the what, why, and how for firms that may benefit from using SBA 7(a) loans in CPA firm purchases and sales.
CPAs who need to evaluate new or existing retirement plans can use these questions to analyze and determine best practices for plan sponsors.
Creating a personal vision and taking responsibility for skills development can help professionals prepare themselves to be leaders, says Kristen Rampe, CPA.
If you’re considering your own accounting or finance podcast, here are some tips to get you started.
This article discusses the requests established leaders have for future leaders.
Allan Koltin, CPA, CGMA, CEO of Koltin Consulting Group, reviews ways CPA firms evaluate the intangibles when determining partner compensation.
Allan Koltin, CPA, CGMA, CEO of Koltin Consulting Group, discusses ways to determine when to redesign compensation formulas for firm partners.
The AICPA Women’s Initiatives Executive Committee’s three-year pilot program helped firms discover the most effective methods for empowering women in the workplace.
While tax planning opportunities associated with the law may be a windfall to a CPA firm’s bottom line, vulnerability to professional liability claims exists.