By Domenick J. Esposito
8 Steps to Great
Many CPA firms do not have a living, breathing strategic plan that enables them to successfully navigate through their next two or three years.
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That in and of itself is not very surprising since most CPA firms are basically small and mid-sized businesses with the same generational challenges faced by most small and mid-sized family and privately owned operating companies. After all, the 100th largest CPA firm in the United States is only about $35 million in annual volume.