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4 Steps to Making a Good Impression when Meeting Prospects

A checklist for delivery, content, and attitude that convey assurance and credibility to prospective clients.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Ball in Senate’s Court as House Passes Tax Extenders Deal

The menu features specials on inversions cost taxpayers $2 billion, CPAs bullish about the economy, and more.
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Predictive Accounting: What Is It and Should You Being Doing It?

One firm has figured out how to help clients without them even knowing. Consider taking a page from their book.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Impact of Lapsed Tax Breaks on Taxpayers Focus of Study

The menu features specials on House tax deal vote imminent, Deloitte statement on possible Saudi audit ban, and more.
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4 Crucial Steps to Help You Write More Effectively about Accounting

How can accountants, with improved business communication skills, deliver more value to their organizations?
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Big Four Firm’s Audit Work May be Banned in Saudi Arabia

The menu features specials on feedback mixed on auditing estimates, tax breaks sung to “My Favorite Things,” and more.
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Five Reasons Why Your Firm Should Invest in Document Management Software

The right DMS can improve a firm’s bottom line and help it more easily meet regulatory requirements.
Practice

How to Not Completely Screw Up Your Firm's Pricing Policy: Part 1

Tear up your timesheet, remodel your practice, and put a little thought into just what kind of client you want.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: The Top 2015 Priority for CFOs? Strategic Planning

The menu features specials on Americans are feeling better about the IRS, Dave Camp says tax reform “can be done,” and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Veto Threat Derails Agreement to Extend Tax Breaks

The menu features specials on small biz owners push lawmakers on online sales tax legislation, PCAOB OKs budget, and more.
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For the 2015 Tax Season, the Word to Know Is 'Mindfulness'

What do the heads of companies such as Aetna and Ford know about making themselves more effective and reducing stress?
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Poll Finds Companies Unsure of Rev Rec Rules’ Full Impact

The menu features specials on Microsoft sues IRS, Casey’s General Stores to pay $31.5M to fix accounting error, and more.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: A Whole Lot of Lois Lerner’s Lost Emails Have Been Found

The menu features specials on GOP's new Ways and Means members, Credit Suisse judge accepts tax plea deal, and more.
Practice

How to Prove That You Take Client Confidentiality Seriously

You gather up the courage to ask a friend to become a client. How do you prove won’t share confidential details?
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: GASB Ready to Tackle Lease Accounting for Governments

The menu features specials on internal auditors happier with incentives, PCAOB reschedules budget meeting, and more.
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If You Want to Work with Millennials, Go Green to Save Green

To many millennials, the internet is as important as air, water, food, and shelter. You can help them and help yourself by become more environmentally friends and reducing your carbon footprint.
A&A

The 4 Global Management Accounting Principles Your Company Can Adopt

Developed by the AICPA and the CIMA, the management accounting guidance serves as a blueprint for effective analysis that can be universally applied by public and private organizations of all sizes, worldwide.
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The 4 Essential Steps to Firing Employees with Minimal Drama

No one enjoys firing someone. (Well, most people don't.) But even if you can’t wait to see your employee walk out the door, take precautions to avoid a lawsuit. Don't make this harder than necessary.
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Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: The Incredible Shrinking Finance Department Budgets

The menu for Nov. 20 features specials on small companies slow to adopt new internal control rules, Paul Ryan thinks Obama immigration action will hurt tax overhaul, Tesco may be looking for new auditor, and more.
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How to Grow Your Firm: Learn How to Perform Business Valuations

Business valuations can fit in naturally with an accounting firm’s existing service line-up because they touch on many areas, such as tax planning, succession planning, and business strategy.

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