By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines Busy Season Barometer Tax and accounting professionals of all shapes and sizes, ranging in size from the soloist to the regional leader, are reporting a filing season markedly more problematic than the year before, according … Continued
Monthly Archives: April 2013
When David meets Goliath. By Bruce W. Marcus Professional Services Marketing 3.0 Great turbulence in the accounting profession, as well as in the business world itself, make these difficult and unusual times. Public outcry against the misdeeds of a few … Continued
Hoisted from Comments. In this article, Ed Mendlowitz takes issue with Worst Tax Season Ever and suggests five strategies for continuous improvement year after year. Barry Melancon, CEO of the AICPA, and Tom Hood, CEO of the Maryland Society of … Continued
The nation’s tax accountants failed in the final days leading up to April 15th to close the gap commonly attributed to early-season delays and confusion, according to the latest data available. But if the shortfall holds through coming weeks of … Continued
By August J. Aquila Author of “Leadership At Its Strongest” Everyone knows that partner unity is one of the keys for success. And we know the benefits of having greater partner unity than the next firm – better client service, … Continued
True or False: You had the worst tax season of your life this year.
by Bruce W. Marcus Professional Services Marketing 3.0 While some firms have explored the idea of client service groups, and leading thinkers like Patrick McKenna have been training firms in the concept for several years, few firms have developed the … Continued