By August J. Aquila
Let's look at the different focuses or orientations that firms can take toward managing and running their practices and see which ones the traditional pricing methods encourage.
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Any organization, whether an accounting firm or not, usually tends to have one of four focuses. They are either selling-oriented, product-oriented, production-oriented or marketing-oriented.
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