By Rick Telberg
CPA Trendlines Research
The survey on CPE and practice improvement, conducted with the Ohio Society of CPAs and consultant Michael Ramos, suggests that taxes are taking up a bigger part of soloists’ practices – even though many say they’d like to diversify into other areas.
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In Paradise, Calif., CPA Al Sperske, who’s been reading CPA Trendlines for more than 10 years, is among those stressed out by keeping up. “Taxes,” he says. “Nuts in Congress will not leave them alone.”