I know speakers who have presented more than 2,000 times. I know others who are luminaries in their field. Yet, the masses do not flock to them for the kinds of insights that could change careers. Why?
If you’ve ever been to the Sleeter Accounting Solutions Conference, you know that many technology companies attend, sharing their ideas for helping accountants and small business people improve their processes.
A recruiting manager for Robert Half Finance & Accounting has picked five questions that new CPAs in public accounting could expect to be asked—and gives some insights into how you might want to respond.
The menu for Nov. 7 features specials on Salex audit committee to investigate bloated inventory levels, healthcare sector sees silver lining in tax inversion rules, IFAC elects first female president, and more.
Mixing marketing with holiday cheer, improving client service, what the election means for tax reform, tips on working with the Kiddie Tax, leading experts gives you the seven steps to the cloud, and more.
Although being in business for yourself is exciting and rewarding, it can get isolating, especially in the beginning. But it doesn't have to be this way. Networking for sole practitioners is essential--here's how to do it.
The menu for Nov. 6 features specials on better internal controls have resulted in less restatements, Thomson Reuters exec tells accountants to embrace technology, goodwill impairment in Europe dropped 25% in 2013, and more.
Of course, you're at a party to have fun—but there's no reason not to mix a little business with pleasure. You can find some new clients—the key is keeping everything low-key. Here are the steps to the perfect marketing plan.
FileThis Pro, a cloud document-gathering service that launched in September, gives accountants access to any shared client document – such as credit card statements or W-2 forms – via an administrative web console.