Firm practice management
After helping their clients survive three tough years, accounting firms should look toward a post-pandemic future. Here are five areas you should explore to determine whether your firm’s business model needs transformation.
Human resource experts and accounting firms offer ways to help remote hires connect with their team and their new employer’s culture.
Keep a close eye on your internal controls and reduce the risk of regulatory action against your firm.
A workforce transformation expert explains why it’s encouraging to her that CFOs are focusing more on people issues in this podcast episode with transcript.
Accounting firms can support employees with sick children who struggle to balance caregiving responsibilities with work duties. Find out how.
A leader in client advisory services shares strategies for growing your CAS practice by delighting clients in this podcast episode with transcript.
The percentage of CFOs who are women hit an all-time high last year, and racial and ethnic minorities also continue to make gains in obtaining roles in the C-suite, according to an annual report from Crist Kolder.
Federal Trade Commission guidelines intended to help protect financial institution customer information may apply to CPAs.
Private-equity investors are increasingly buying into accounting firms. The deals, which carry risks and benefits for the profession, change the way the firms operate.
The co-founder of a leading CPA firm explains why Monday is his favorite day of the week, how his firm got out of the “rat race” of hourly billing, and how it has adapted after a merger in this podcast episode with transcript.
The chair of the PCPS Executive Committee shares more about her nontraditional path to CPA firm ownership in this podcast episode with transcript.
Tayiika M. Dennis, CPA, is a principal at CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen LLP), working out of its Century City, Los Angeles, location, and chair of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants.
When clients divorce, CPAs should take steps to avoid getting caught up in their dispute.
CPA leaders, including AICPA & CIMA CEO Barry Melancon, reflect on lessons they will take away from the Future of Finance Summit and offer their hopes for 2023.
Inspector Gadget, aka David Cieslak, is the guest on this podcast episode, which focuses on cybersecurity and CPA-centric holiday gifts.
Client advisory services (CAS) practices reported a median growth rate of 16% over the previous year and projected 15% growth in the current year, according to a survey conducted by CPA.com and AICPA & CIMA.
A dually signed engagement letter is always the best way to document agreed-upon services, especially if a disagreement arises.
The Association of Latino Professionals for America is a vehicle for social change and a networking forum for Latino students, professionals, and businesses.
Heed the advice of one CPA who found a better way to deal with the stress of busy season. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript.
These four steps can help CPA firms distinguish themselves and boost recruitment and retention.