Eleven CPAs describe what made their mentors so significant and unforgettable.
Firm practice management
If poor communication is leading to inefficiency — or worse — at your firm, this podcast episode with AICPA board member Melody Feniks will provide strategies that can help.
Among accounting firms, staff retention is a top area of concern. This article looks at actions firms can take to inspire and engage their teams.
Recently launched affinity programs have improved mentoring opportunities, but African-Americans feel left out of informal social networks and challenged in navigating corporate politics, a new survey shows.
From Christmas to Mardi Gras to Pi Day, CPA firms celebrate the holidays. See how your fellow CPAs have fun, eat well, and give back all year long.
Why shouldn’t CPA firms wait on others to develop AI and data analytics tools? Find out in this podcast episode.
Several CPAs recommend books to help others in the profession prepare for the busy season.
This article offers ways to help keep your response to bad news from turning into a public relations problem.
Incorporating the right components into a post-merger integration plan and establishing a strong, homogeneous culture can increase the chances of success.
An effective docket system helps reduce the likelihood of a filing error and can make a CPA firm more efficient.
Even the smallest firms can benefit from having interns. Try these strategies for recruiting on campus and providing interns with a compelling experience.
Accounting firm leaders can position their firms for continued growth by paying close attention to succession planning for their talented people, according to Mitchell Titus partner Lester McKeever Jr., CPA, J.D.
This article offers tips to make sure you're ready when the technology is.
To compete, firm leaders must accept and invest in change and embrace their NextGen leaders’ ideas much earlier than they might have expected.
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.
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?