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Practice

Gen X and Y Bring Assets to Business Development

Phyllis Weiss Haserot has compiled a list of assets that Generation X and Generation Y/Millennials can bring to your business development team.
Practice

Making Money in Turbulent Economic Times

The universal measure of profitability in accounting firms is average income per partner. Another universal tool is the annual Rosenberg National MAP Survey. It's a must have for running your firm.
Community News

Company Announcements: Week of June 25, 2012

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of June 25, 2012
Practice

Succession Planning: Preparing for Success

Jeffery Mowery describes his firm, Mowery & Schoenfeld LLC, as an attractive and viable exit strategy for smaller firms who don't have a succession plan in place.
A&A

Global Survey on Business Ethics

A recent global survey on business ethics explored key ethical questions faced by accounting firms. Read the results and see how other accounting firms are addressing the issue of ethics with an internal code of conduct.
Practice

Twelve Ways to Get a Midyear Boost

Believe it or not, we're nearing the halfway point of 2012. If you're holding a midyear retreat or starting to update your strategic plans, now's a good time to step back and evaluate the best way to take a step forward.
Education & Careers

Rules of Engagement - View on Jobs Outlook

Findings from the latest Randstad Engagement Index show finance and accounting employees believe the job market is going to pick up, and when it does, many plan to leave their current positions for a better job.
Education & Careers

Build Your Practice - Give Clients Personal Attention

The never-ending challenge for accountants is not only to acquire new clients, but also to keep their existing ones. To achieve this, you need to get personal.
Community News

Company Announcements: Week of June 18, 2012

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of June 18, 2012.
Education & Careers

Consultant Group Unifies - Now The Rainmaker Companies

Troy Waugh, CEO of Five Star 3, LLC, has announced that the three service lines of the Nashville-based accounting consulting firm will now be unified under one name - The Rainmaker Companies, LLC.
Community News

Company Announcements: Week of June 11, 2012

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of June 11, 2012.
Practice

Potential of Disabled Worker Quotas on Federal Contractors

Companies with federal government contracts or subcontracts may soon risk losing their contracts if they do not meet quotas to hire more disabled workers.
Practice

AICPA Economic Outlook Survey: Second Quarter Results

The second quarter AICPA Economic Outlook Survey reveals that business executives are more guarded about the twelve-month outlook for the US economy than they were last quarter.
Practice

Using Client Surveys to Break the 'Just Fine' Syndrome

Conducting a client survey is the best way for a firm to truly decipher what's working, what isn't, and where new opportunities lie.
Practice

Five Fraud-Fighting Tips for Businesses

Desperate times call for desperate measures, the saying goes. So it's not surprising that fraud in the workplace increased during the economic crisis and recession.
Practice

Managing Partner 101 - What Exactly Is the Job?

Most of us are thrust into the managing partner role in our firms with little or no training or coaching. Who teaches you to be an effective MP?
Practice

No Facebook for You!

"Access Denied." This is the message I received when trying to log in to my Facebook account from an accounting firm's office.
Practice

Are We At an Awkward Stage about Age?

Whether or not 60 is the new 40, or 30 is the new 20, etc., age perceptions and realities are confusing and not aligned with perceptions and realities of decades ago.
A&A

Financial Metrics Every Business Owner Should Know

Is your business successful? How do you know? If you're like most business owners, your days are filled by efforts to make your company successful. Those tasks might be focused on making a great product, generating sales, or building customer relationships. And you might be great at those things. But . . .
Technology

BSA Study Finds Over Half of Computer Users Admit to Pirating Software

According to the Business Software Alliance's (BSA) ninth annual study - 2011 BSA Global Software Piracy Study - the value of software theft is at an astounding all-time high ? $63.4 billion in 2011, up from $58.8 billion in 2010.

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