Explaining bad news in the right way can make you more valuable to both your client and your employer.
Practice growth and client service
Clients who feel an emotional connection to your firm can be your greatest assets — especially in an age where accounting work is becoming increasingly commoditized.
This article discusses ways to move firms and the profession toward more inclusive and diverse teams.
More people are patching together their incomes with less-traditional contracting and freelance work. Learn more about this trend and how CPAs can play a role.
This articles discusses ways to get the most out of your next business lunch or dinner.
Dealing with clients who wait until the last minute to submit their information is a reality for most accounting firms. CPAs offer their best tips for helping procrastinators meet deadlines.
CPAs discuss ways to stay in touch with clients year-round.
CPAs offer advice on proving their worth to potentially skeptical clients who aren't accustomed to paying fees.
These action items can help CPAs challenge the assumptions underlying their firms' business models.
This article discusses the challenges your clients could face when suddenly needing to move a parent to long-term care, along with ways you can help them prepare.
Evan Carroll, an author and the founder of Evan Carroll and Associates, shares his philosophy for choosing the technology that can help you improve relationships with your clients.
CPA firms can establish a competitive advantage for themselves by concentrating on one type of client and developing deep expertise in a certain area.
Many CPA firms are looking to supplement long-established business development practices with fresh marketing approaches. Firms share their tested techniques for boosting client loyalty and connecting with new prospects.
CPAs should understand the unique risks associated with clients in the cannabis industry and formulate strategies to mitigate those risks.
This pricing model could enable you to provide more in-depth and tailored services for clients.
CPAs describe their most challenging busy seasons, how they handled them, and what they took away from those experiences.
Skills-based promotion has become a way to stay competitive when finding, hiring, and retaining talent.
Experts offer tips on recognizing when it’s time to retire and how to do so with peace of mind.
A CPA discusses how his small firm moved to cloud-based technology.
Many public accounting firms choose to aid their communities and, in turn, inspire their staffs