Sole Proprietors and Small CPA Firms Should Learn to Code! Investing the time to learn even a basic knowledge of code and coding can be very helpful. Not only will you be able to communicate your needs more effectively to developers and get better and more efficient results, but you’ll be more self-sufficient. Being able to make small tweaks on your own website, rather than having to hire a developer, …Read More
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Recruiting New Employees The following is an excerpt describing how CPA firms are recruiting for succession planning. Good read for forward thinking firms. Accounting firms are looking to bring in younger employees to fill their ranks as older Baby Boomer partners start to retire, but they have to offer the right enticements if their succession planning is going to work. ”With busy season behind them, now is a good time …Read More
It’s a proud moment in the AICPA’s 127-year history: Membership has now surpassed 400,000. That’s a whole lot of CPAs making sense of a changing and complex world for clients, companies, and organizations around the globe. YEA TEAM!
Interesting update on PTIN fees from article in Accountants World: Two CPAs have filed suit in the U.S. district court for the District of Columbia, asking the court to stop the IRS from charging fees for issuing preparer tax identification numbers (PTINs), to obtain refunds of fees paid in the past, and to enjoin the IRS from asking for more information than needed to issue preparer tax identification numbers (PTINs). …Read More
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that one out of nine people are in official “sales” jobs, but something is happening with the other eight of us in today’s workforce. We are all in non-sales sales jobs, according to Dan Pink. That’s right — non-sales sales jobs. In fact, the research says the other eight of us spend an average of 41 percent of our time “convincing people …Read More