CPA firms can establish a competitive advantage for themselves by concentrating on one type of client and developing deep expertise in a certain area.
Practice Growth and Client Service
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.
Experts offer tips on recognizing when it’s time to retire and how to do so with peace of mind.
Skills-based promotion has become a way to stay competitive when finding, hiring, and retaining talent.
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
This article discusses three steps to strengthen client relationships.
This article offers tips to make sure you're ready when the technology is.
Developing and delivering on a customer promise can help organizations find a simple road to success in a complex, fast-paced business environment.
If you’re considering your own accounting or finance podcast, here are some tips to get you started.
Clients can get nervous when dealing with money, the IRS, one of the states, or any situation over which they have limited control.
Experts in community housing and those who participating community living share their thoughts.
Producing content that promotes your expertise can help build a strong reputation for your firm and grow your client base.
The employer is responsible for calculating the garnishment amount, withholding it through its payroll process, and forwarding payments to the correct agency or creditor.
Figuring out what clients want can be a challenge for any CPA firm. But if you’re diligent in seeking feedback and take the time to listen, you’ll discover more opportunities to provide revenue-producing services.
CPA financial planners share questions their clients commonly ask and how they address them.
This article offers ways CPAs can meet the needs of the next generation.