Choose intelligently and avoid problems later. by Marc Rosenberg, CPA What characteristics do you want someone to possess before you invite them to be a partner? Leading firms across the country generally choose from the following:
Here are at least 47 great money-making opportunities, but don’t overlook the difficulties in getting started. Here at CPA Trendlines, Ed Mendlowitz answers some of the toughest questions practitioners can throw at him. He’s the right one to ask. After … Continued
A new salary survey of management accountants isn’t bad news. but it’s not great news either…
Even as firms continue 15-month expansion trend.
Surprise: Hard work and knowledge aren’t Number 1. Neither are skills or knowledge.
What’s partner material at your firm? Click here to join the survey; get the results. by Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines Early returns from the new CPA Trendlines survey into identifying and managing high-potential professionals suggests that, beyond ability, firms are … Continued
Tax, accounting and bookkeeping services on a year-long hiring spree…
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What recession? More accountants with jobs … ever. by Rick Telberg In the same jobs report that drove the NASDAQ to an 11-year peak, the accounting and bookkeeping sector recorded more people employed in the industry than ever before.
Learn what it takes to attract the best talent and merger partners. by Robert Fligel, CPA RF Resources LLC For many in the CPA business, organic growth is going to be very slow for the next several years. So, CPA … Continued
Survey reveals widening gap with men. Only 48 percent of women are satisfied with their careers, compared to 59 percent of men — a gap that has only widened from year to year, according to a Mergis Group survey. And … Continued
October’s performance represents a third straight month of gains and a year-to-year gain of 60,800 jobs, bringing the industry’s payroll to 932,200 employees.
Index hits recessionary levels. A leading gauge of confidence among finance and accounting professionals has hit its lowest level since early 2009. But 61 percent are confident in the future of their current employer, up from 56 percent in the … Continued