Indianapolis CPA firm launches four new blogs
Indianapolis-based Somerset CPAs has launched a new blog platform to provide specific niche topic information to engage their team members, clients, referral partners and the community-at-large in an ongoing purpose driven dialogue. Due to the success of their first blog, Somerset Business Success Strategies, launched in February of 2008, Somerset advances on the accounting-world's blogging trend with four new blogs:
- Successful Tax Strategies: Cutting through the Complexities of the Tax Code
- The Business of Medicine
- Driving Successful Dealerships
- Women's Guide to Financial Success
Positioning themselves as an industry leader, Somerset CPAs, a full-service certified public accounting and professional services firm, taps into what was typically construed as "unusual" for CPA firms. Howard M. Cox, Director of Business Consulting at Somerset, initiated the Somerset Business Success Strategies blog and feels Web-related communications are expected as the "norm" to compete in today's business culture. "Blogging at its core is a leading means in today's world to reach out and interact with your community," explains Cox.
Visit the Somerset Blogs site and participate in the discussion about business, tax, health care, dealerships and women's financial strategies for success.
About Somerset CPAs, P.C.
Somerset is a full-service certified public accounting and professional services firm made up of CPAs, business advisors, and financial analysts who work to solve the business and individual challenges of their clients. With over 130 professionals, Somerset CPAs, P.C. is one of the ten largest accounting firms in the Indianapolis area. In 2006, 2007, and 2008 Somerset CPAs, P.C. was designated a "Best Place to Work in Indiana" by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce in the category of small to medium-sized companies of between 25 and 249 employees.
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