Practice Development news November 2010

AccountingWEB Life

How exceptional is your client service?

What’s the No. 1 goal of CPA firms everywhere? To attract more clients and then retain them for decades. But, because many services CPA firms provide must meet rigid requirements and standards, the level of service that clients receive in these areas often is the same from firm to firm.
Technology

Why Google’s local search results is an opportunity for small accounting firms

If you are a small local accounting firm looking to grow your business, you want to be found on Google when someone enters a search into Google for an accountant in your area.
Practice Development

New network focuses on closing gap between old and young accountants

Jason Blumer believes that technological advancements and new workflow strategies have caused a gap between old-school accounting professionals and the younger generation of CPAs. Jason Bramwell reports.
Practice Development

Filomeno & Co. turning audits into profit centers

Filomeno & Company, a West Hartford, CT-based CPA and business advisory firm, is turning financial audits into profit centers.
Practice Management

Making the most of customer, client, and employee rapport during the holidays

The holidays: a nice, quiet time of year to enjoy with friends and family, while methodically preparing for the upcoming year and a busy tax season.
Practice Development

Making business personal builds trust

One of the most common mistakes people make when building relationships for career success and revenue growth is treating business contacts differently than personal friends.
Practice Management

How setting goals creates happy workers

Are you working in an organization where managers help employees develop goals to be more productive? Do employees at your workplace believe that company-developed goals help them become more productive?
Practice Development

How to strengthen the CPA/attorney relationship

There’s nothing better than a warm referral – and most CPAs are always on the hunt for new sources. One great potential lead source that is often overlooked is the attorney who practices in areas that are complementary to your expertise.

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