AccountingWEB Life news August 2010

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Democrats seek to legislate retirement savings

In an effort to increase the number of Americans who are saving for retirement – roughly 50 percent of employees have no retirement savings at all – the Automatic IRA Act of 2010 has been introduced in both houses of Congress.
A&A

Don't drink and tweet: Illinois CPA Society president speaks at nation's largest state CPA conference

Last week's Midwest Accounting and Finance Showcase in Rosemont, IL kicked off with approximately 1,700 CPAs in attendance, a group so large that it was clear the need for knowledge and networking is still alive.
AccountingWEB Life

Survey: Professional groups, social media best ways to enhance career visibility

In business, it’s not what you know or even who you know, but who knows you that matters, according to results of a survey by Robert Half Management Resources.
AccountingWEB Life

Short sales, foreclosures, and other potentially taxable events

As our nation awaits this economic crisis to end, if you are a tax professional, arm yourself with knowledge to assist homeowners who find themselves in a stressful situation.
Practice

Train clients to slash red tape, raise revenue, cut costs

Your clients look to you for expertise. With the economy sluggish right now, this might be an opportune time to offer training that could help them improve their financial outlook and prepare them for upcoming duties and requirements.
AccountingWEB Life

Tips for engaging clients with Twitter

Twitter has been the social media success story of recent years, helped by the enthusiastic endorsement of journalists and celebrities. Now businesses are beginning to learn how to harness the site's power to grow their companies.
Practice Development

Online marketing for independent accounting and tax firms

Figuring out how to market your business online can be a confusing morass of gurus, geek-speak, and expensive programs. But, marketing comes down to three key elements.
Practice

Google Places: A social media 'how to' for CPA firms

Want to be found? Of course the answer is yes. One of the best ways to be found in your local area as it relates to Google searches is to ensure your business is set up with Google Places.

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