Trending for 2020

The most-read articles at CPA Trendlines for 2019.

If past is prologue, tax and accounting practitioners are heading into 2020 with their eyes squarely focused on a new Busy Season, new services lines, and the unrelenting, unforgiving changes in the business and profession.

Here are the top 10 most-read, most-shared articles from 2019 at CPA Trendlines:

1. Ready for Non-CPA CPA Firms?

What the AICPA and NASBA could learn from other professions.
By Donny C. Shimamoto, CPA.CITP, CGMA
See more by Donny Shimamoto

2. 16 Big Questions for Tax Season

America’s tax and accounting practitioners are suffering the brunt of the shortcomings at the IRS. But the profession may have some of the solutions.
By CPA Trendlines Research
See more by CPA Trendlines Research

3. Is Client Accounting Services Overhyped?

New CPA Trendlines study shows broad interest in CAS, but also widespread failures to achieve hoped-for goals.
What's your busy season forecast? Join the survey: Get the results.
By Rick Telberg
CPA Trendlines Research
See more by CPA Trendlines Research

4. My First Thought Is to Never Turn Down Business

Someone else could do it, but why?
By Ed Mendlowitz
Call Me Before You Do Anything: The Art of Accounting

5. Accounting Services Aren’t What You Think They Are

When anyone can do taxes & accounting, what's left for CPAs?
By Donny C. Shimamoto, CPA.CITP, CGMA
See more by Donny Shimamoto

6. Seven Changes in the New Taxpayer First Act Clients Need to Know

One Congressman says it "levels the playing field."
By Barry J. Friedman, CPA
IndustryNewsletters

7. The Why, What and How of Cybersecurity for Accountants

Checklist: Protect your firm in 10 steps.
By Hitendra R. Patil and Jeffrey Lush
See more by Hitendra Patil

8. Cutting Your QuickBooks Costs

Are licenses getting too pricey? There's a workaround.
By Roman H. Kepczyk
Quantum of Paperless

9. Tax Season Launches with a Whimper

Tax practitioners say they're ready for anything. And they may get it.
By Rick Telberg
CPA Trendlines Research
See more by CPA Trendlines Research

10. CPA Firm Partners: Equity vs. Non-Equity

And why you might need both.
By Marc Rosenberg
How to Bring in New Partners

 

One Response to “Trending for 2020”

  1. Alice Wright

    Well, all of these articles mentioned in this most-read list, deserve to be there. All of these were pretty informative and were sufficing their targeted audience. The tremendous changes that went down in the taxation domain of the industry and these articles were our solace in the time of turbulence, they gave us just the right amount of information that was needed and in a very crisp and formatted manner. CPAtrendlines is indeed a very reliable website when it comes to gain insights into the industry.
    Thank you for this compilation.

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