One of the most complex business decisions an accounting practice will face is putting together a succession plan, but a recent survey conducted by the National Society of Accountants revealed that many firms do not have a plan in place.
Under normal circumstances, nobody likes to hear the words "CPA" and "locked up" in the same sentence. But for the past several years, countless CPAs across the country have enthusiastically done mock "jail time" for a great cause.
Acquiring new clients and retaining current ones are consistently named as top concerns for accounting firms. That’s why successful firms pay special attention to the image they are presenting to the public.
Baker Tilly UK completed the acquisition of the trading operations of top-ten UK accounting and consulting services firm RSM Tenon on September 2, after Baker Tilly shareholders unanimously backed the plan.
Your firm may be successful today, but everyone knows that success can be fleeting unless you're continuously thinking ahead to identify and win the next client. The key to developing a strategy for winning new clients is to answer these key questions: Why? Who? What? How?
A recent study from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) shows that people are not confident they will have enough saved for retirement. The March 2013 Retirement Confidence Survey revealed that 49 percent of those polled indicate they are "not very confident" or "not at all confident" they will have enough income in retirement.
Female clients of wealth management firms often have different circumstances behind their financial planning needs. Some are breadwinners and business owners, while others are at-home family caregivers. Some worry about paying college tuition, caring for an elderly family member and managing household finances. Nearly all put their families’ needs ahead of their own.
Effective August 1, 2013, the long-established, highly regarded firm of Schoenfeld Mendelsohn Goldfarb LLP (SMG) has merged into the firm of Janover LLC with offices in Garden City and Manhattan, New York.
E-mail is one of the most widely used marketing tools. But with so many marketing e-mails out there, it takes skill and practice to cut through the clutter. Here are a dozen tips that will help you do just that.
We've all heard the expression "content is king." Well, when it comes to marketing, that's becoming all the more true, according to a presentation about inbound marketing at the 2013 Association for Accounting Marketing Summit.
For the majority of firms in the tax, accounting and financial advisory business, your well-worn, trusted client base of baby boomers is preparing to “blow out” and apathy toward younger generations of clients has left you without a “spare.”