8 Considerations with New Clients

Businessman expressing refusal with open handsSometimes you should say no.

By Ed Mendlowitz
The CPA Trendlines Practice Doctor

We all want additional business, but sometimes the client should be vetted to determine if it is a good fit for your firm and if there are any danger signs.

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Following is a checklist that could help you in making a decision to accept the client.