Everyone Needs Strategic Planning

Ed Mendlowitz CPA The Practice Doctor Q and A7 main areas, with specific tips for each.

By Ed Mendlowitz
The CPA Trendlines Practice Doctor

QUESTION: Do you recommend strategic planning for a small accounting practice?

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ANSWER: I recommend it for everyone. It is important for larger firms to make sure the partners are on the same page.