Why Solo CPAs Won’t Sell Out

And what to do about it if you want to buy their practice. What is it about the sole practitioner that prevents them from doing something that seems to make so much sense? They need to do something soon about … Continued

Can You Hear Me Now?

Eight reasons why accounting firms need to work on internal communications first. by Bruce W. Marcus Professional Services Marketing 3.0 A terrific definition of chaos is when a client asks two different people in your firm the same question — … Continued

Tax Pro’s Turn Negative on Busy Season

Washington brinksmanship spells big crunch for preparers. Join the survey; get the updates. by Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines Research With Tax Season 2013 delayed by last-minute code changes, staffing problems and software glitches, the mood of the profession is turning … Continued

What a Managing Partner Is… and Is Not

Why some firms decide they don’t want a true managing partner. By Marc Rosenberg, CPA Author of “CPA Firm Management and Governance” Over the years, I have found that many firms lack a clear understanding of what a Managing Partner … Continued