Four Ways to ‘Wow’ Not-for-Profit Clients with PowerPoint

Ed Mendlowitz CPA The Practice Doctor Q and AHow to create ‘killer’ slides that win over clients.

By Ed Mendlowitz
The CPA Trendlines Practice Doctor

QUESTION: I have to provide a 5- or 10-minute presentation based upon my year-end audit to the board of a not-for-profit client. I would like to wow them. Any suggestions?

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ANSWER: Time is precious, and you should use it to provide the essential “big picture” info and in an easy-to-grasp manner. Here are some suggestions: