Practice news April 2013

Practice

CPA Firm Draws Humor from Taxes

If you're at the point in tax return season when you're tearing your hair out – and who could blame you? – you might appreciate one firm's attempt at whimsy. On April 10, the accounting firm of Drucker & Scaccetti presented a special exhibit entitled "Finding Humor in Taxes."
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Financial Outsourcing Services Seen Growing 8 Percent Annually Through 2017

Global spending on finance and accounting business process outsourcing (F&A BPO) services will exceed $25 billion in 2013 and rise at an annual compound growth rate of 8 percent through 2017, according to research by accounting firm KPMG and HfS Research.
Community News

Company Announcements: Week of April 8, 2013

Following is the latest roundup of community news for the week of April 8, 2013.
Practice

New Client Auditions: How to Know if a Prospect Is Right for You

To ensure a new client audition is successful, you must know the profile of your existing client base. Knowing why your most successful clients are a positive fit for your business will help you weed out potential clients who would not be a good fit.
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Minimizing the Risk of Background Checks

Hiring is an expensive, time-consuming process – employers want to make sure they get it right the first time. For many employers, background checks represent a key tool in ensuring the people they hire are trustworthy and have the skills, experience, and education they claim to possess.
Practice

Decosimo Acquires Solvability, a Government Contractor Accounting Firm

The Southeastern regional accounting firm Decosimo has acquired Solvability, a Huntsville, Alabama, firm that specializes in accounting and consulting work for government contractors.
Practice

Opportunities in Bloom: Uncovering Midyear Client Opportunities

Spring is a time of optimism, so it's a great time for accounting firms to look for fresh opportunities to grow the business. Lauren Prosser offers five ways accounting firms can "fertilize" existing efforts in order to jump-start business and grow deeper, stronger roots with clients.
Practice

Survey Ranks Best and Worst States/Cities for Small Businesses

If you're a footloose CPA or thinking about starting your own firm, then check out Utah, Alabama, New Hampshire, Idaho, and Texas. According to a recent survey, they rank as the top five friendliest states for small businesses.
Practice

REDW Joins Forces with RCG Plan Administration, LLC

REDW, one of the largest and most respected certified public accounting firms in the Southwest, is pleased to announce it has joined forces with RCG Plan Administration, LLC, a Phoenix-based, full- service, third-party administrator and record keeper of small and midsized businesses and Native American retirement plans.
Community News

Company Announcements: Week of April 1, 2013

Following is the latest roundup of community news for the week of April 1, 2013.
Practice

Low-Maintenance Marketing

You may not have time to do any active marketing, but right now is a great time to be doing passive marketing. As the name suggests, passive marketing doesn't require any action from you once it's in place.

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