Buyers want to know how big the business is, and they need to under-stand the relative profitability of what they’re possibly buying. They’ll be looking at total production and net revenues (production...
Published on March 13, 2013
Small Firms Dont Be Left Behind!
What happens when a client starts to think they’re too big for your small firm? It is possible to give clients what they need without changing who you are. Communicating with clients, keeping a sharp eye on their needs and...
Published on June 26, 2013
Tax Can Make You Smile!
The small firm article, written by Jacquelyn H. Tracy, CPA, in the December issue of The Practicing CPA e-newsletter discusses how this firm assists clients with tax planning opportunities. This article also highlights AICPA tools such as The Practicing CPA, Tax Tweets, and Tax Practice Guides and Checklists.
Published on December 23, 2013
Succession Planning Resource Center
The Succession Planning Resource Center offers small to medium-sized firms the resources they need to make their firms succession-ready. The material has been developed from a big-picture, holistic perspective to help practitioners effectively address their succession management needs
Published on February 24, 2014
How to Succeed by Taking Your Skills to Court
A small firm in Durango, Colorado builds a thriving niche in litigation services by focusing on existing strengths.
Published on May 21, 2013
Firm Spotlight - Fricke & Associates, P.C
The July issue of the PCPS News & Views highlights Fricke & Associates, P.C., a small firm in Atlanta. Read how this three generation firm has benefited from PCPS networking groups.
Published on July 23, 2013
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
This sole practitioner in Canton, Ohio tackled seasonality and workload compression issues by changing the way he works with his staff and his clients. See how staffing smarter and taking control of scheduling helped address seasonality and workload compression problems in his firm.
Published on July 31, 2013
Firm Spotlight - Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C.
The firm spotlight in the January issue of the PCPS News & Views e-newsletter highlights Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C. This firm explains how they conduct staff surveys and have implemented a mentor program to boost employee morale. The firm also discusses how they incorporate fun activities into their normal work
Published on January 14, 2014
The Secrets to Low Turnover
The Large Firm article, written by George Nadel Rivin, CPA in the August issue of The Practicing CPA e-newsletter provides details on how to maintain low employee turnover. Reasonable hours, engagement location, communication, emerging partner potential, and fun firm activities all contribute to retaining qualified staff.
Published on September 06, 2013