How Big ‘Books’ Hurt Firms

Young businessman with forehead resting on handsThe invisible hazards of book of business.

By Bill Reeb and Dominic Cingoranelli

As we stated in our last column, balancing “book of business” is one of the largest stumbling blocks for CPA firms.

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It is difficult to resolve because it is symptomatic, for most firms, of some real trouble brewing.