Six Ways Accounting Firms Will Never Be The Same Again

Woman working on laptop at homeHow some of the pandemic’s ad hoc changes could become permanent.

By CPA Trendlines Research

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Believe it or not – and like it or not – we are in the early days of the pandemic. This situation is going to go on for a while. But we are already in a brave new world of new rules and new ways of doing business.

The coronavirus has already forced a number of changes on the accounting industry and on its clients. Some changes are ad hoc solutions. Some are innovative ways of doing business. Some are still awkward, flawed and unpolished. And some have yet to be invented. Accountants should be on the vanguard of change – for their own businesses and those of their clients.

So it’s time to do some rethinking: