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.
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What do the numbers mean for the profession? How does your firm compare? The national, regional, and firm size results are in and available for download as you benchmark your firm and look toward the future.
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
Quantum of Paperless: A Partner's Guide to Accounting Firm Optimization
Roman H. Kepczyk, CPA, CITP, identifies today’s digital best practices and explains how to implement them. Updated in 2019!
PCPS Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit
As you set your firm’s priorities for increasing diversity and building a culture of inclusion, use this toolkit in its entirety, or select just the items you need.
HACKED! Building defenses against and responses to intrusion
Cybersecurity and the associated risks to business and reputation are top of mind for CPAs and CPA firms across the United States. Here are some key action items firms should take to minimize their exposure and adequately respond to an incident.
Segmented by firm size, networking group meetings provide a forum for in-depth practice management discussions and an exchange of best practices with firms throughout the country.