Advocacy-PCPS Technical Issues Committee
The PCPS Technical Issues Committee (TIC) works diligently to provide the small-medium size firm perspective in the standard-setting process.
Published on October 07, 2014
Mandatory Firm Rotation
Some CPA firms are getting questions from clients about whether they should change audit firms because of the mandatory firm rotation (MFR) buzz in the air. And CPAs serving on non-profit boards where others are raising the MFR issue are being asked to weigh in as well. Here you'll find
Published on September 17, 2014
How to Do Well by Doing Good
The solo firm article, written by Carolyn Sechler, CPA, in the November issue of The Practicing CPA e-newsletter discusses the makeup of her virtual firm. This article details the benefits of specialization and a unique certification for social entrepreneurs.
Published on November 26, 2013
Niche Focus Is Key To Growth
The small firm article, written by Karen E. Garrett, CPA, in the June issue of The Practicing CPA e-newsletter discusses how this firm uses industry and specialty service niches for marketing and practice growth. This article highlights their membership in the AICPA’s Governmental Audit Quality Center and the AICPA’s Employee Benefit
Published on June 25, 2014
Get Proactive and Go On a Field Trip
The medium firm article, written by Scott Becker, CPA, CFP, CVA, CGMA, in the November issue of The Practicing CPA e-newsletter discusses his firm’s approach to marketing and client service. This article outlines the firm’s practice growth strategies which include monthly pipeline meetings, networking, and developing a marketing culture. The
Published on November 26, 2013
Firm Spotlight - Sirchia & Cuomo, LLP
The firm spotlight in the September issue of the PCPS News & Views e-newsletter highlights Sirchia & Cuomo, LLP. This firm discusses the importance of client service and community involvement. The firm highlights PCPS resources such as the PCPS Small Firm Networking Groups, PCPS CPA Horizons 2025 tools and the
Published on October 03, 2014
Putting Your Super Powers to Work
This article covers the special skills that can make a significant impact on businesses and their owners and how a practitioner can have the ability to rescue business leaders from seemingly impossible situations.
Published on July 16, 2013
Try Something New This Busy Season
The large firm article, written by Polina S. Chapiro, CPA and Donald J. Snyder, CPA, in the January issue of The Practicing CPA e-newsletter discusses their firm’s busy season preparation process for tax and audit clients. They also identify new process ideas which will be implemented this year. In addition,
Published on January 28, 2014
Mentoring Over the Career
Mentoring Over the Career is an article that explains how effective mentors can play an important role throughout the career of the CPA as well as how many firms have now implemented formal mentoring programs to facilitate the development of such relationships.
Published on January 24, 2013