Firm Practice Management - PCPS
The AICPA’s Private Companies Practice Section (PCPS) supports CPA firms in the everyday intricacies of running a practice. PCPS partners with firms of all sizes, creating targeted and customizable practice management resources, networking opportunities and is a strong, collective voice within the CPA profession.
We’re connecting PCPS member firms with promising accounting majors of ethnically diverse backgrounds. Apply for the opportunity to be a cosponsoring firm and demonstrate your commitment to diversity while gaining an edge in recruitment. Firm applications due November 30th.
Join us September 20th at 2:00pm ET for a FREE webcast with Carl Peterson, Vice President of Small Firm Interests, to discuss the trends affecting CPAs, the challenges and opportunities practitioners face, as well as best practices being used at successful firms across the country. Register today!
This hands-on tour of our website is an opportunity for all PCPS members and prospective members to learn how to get the most out of their membership. Join us as we guide you through our valuable resources and provide tips on how to access them easily. Multiple days are available for your convenience.
PCPS Resource Directory
Looking for a simple way to find a PCPS resource? Found in Excel, this Resource Directory is easy to search and includes direct links so you can navigate quickly to the tool or topic you’re interested in.
Not a PCPS Member?
Sign up for access to all PCPS tools. For only $35 per CPA per year (maximum of $700), everyone in your firm will have access to
- customizable practice management tools
- publications and webcasts
- networking opportunities
- discounts on AICPA conferences and resources
Not sure if your firm is a PCPS member? Email us at email@example.com.
Newest and Most Popular PCPS Resources
CPA Culture of Support Toolkit
Build a supportive culture as your employees tackle all four sections of the CPA Exam.
The First 15 Reading Program
Demonstrate your firm’s commitment to the personal and professional development of your team by allowing them paid time to read at the start of each day.
Updated FRF for SMEs Toolkit
The Financial Reporting Framework for Small- and Medium-Sized Entities is a great opportunity for you to offer a financial reporting option designed specifically for your small business clients or potential clients looking for comprehensive non-GAAP financial statements.
Exploring FASB’s Not-for-Profit Financial Reporting Standard: ASU 2016-14
Explore the changes to NFP financial statements due to recent FASB ASU 2016-14.