AICPA Advocacy Results in Taxpayer Penalty Relief
As a result of AICPA advocacy, the IRS is waiving late payment penalties due to last minute tax law changes. However, the IRS still automatically assesses these penalties and mails notices. As you respond to client questions and assessment notices, seize this moment to remind clients of the value of
Published on May 06, 2013
Dont Hesitate Communicate!
In addition to staying up to date on new laws and regulations, it’s also important to keep clients in the loop to promote the firm’s value and lead to further services. See how one firm makes this practice part of its...
Published on August 07, 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
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
Reflections of a Worker Bee
The solo firm article, written by Ivy Lynn Defino, CPA, in the September issue of The Practicing CPA e-newsletter discusses common challenges faced by women in the CPA profession. This article stresses the importance that women be proactive in their careers and network with other professionals.
Published on September 24, 2013
Fiduciary for a Trust or Estate Consider This
The November issue of the PCPS News & Views e-newsletter discusses the CPA’s role as a fiduciary. Aon provides considerations for CPAs who are acting as a fiduciary for a client’s trust or estate. The article points out risks of serving...
Published on November 05, 2013
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