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3 Ways to Engage Employees

3 Ways to Engage Employees
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February 9th 2016 by Jim McGinnis

Every day, as leaders, we are faced with dozens of decisions, and the first question should always be, “For whom are we solving the problem?,” even before “What are we … [Read More…]

 

5 Ways to Find New Clients

5 Ways to Find New Clients
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February 2nd 2016 by Scott Hoffman

The best place to find new clients is to look at your existing clients … for three reasons.
First, in a comprehensive CPA/accounting and advisory firm like ours, there is typically … [Read More…]

 

The Changing Digital Media and Marketing Landscape: How Accountants Can Stay Relevant and Stay Ahead in 2016

The Changing Digital Media and Marketing Landscape: How Accountants Can Stay Relevant and Stay Ahead in 2016
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January 22nd 2016 by Bryan Tritt

Do you rely solely on word-of-mouth referrals for your accounting practice? As the landscape continues to change for businesses and the need for a digital footprint becomes more critical, make … [Read More…]

 

From Stranger to Trusted Advisor Using LinkedIn

From Stranger to Trusted Advisor Using LinkedIn
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January 13th 2016 by Jeff Borschowa

It is generally accepted that people do business with people, not businesses. To take that a step further, we do business with people that we know, like and trust.
Traditional Referral … [Read More…]

 

David Bergstein’s Accounting Profession Predictions for 2016

David Bergstein’s Accounting Profession Predictions for 2016
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January 5th 2016 by David Bergstein

My call out for 2015 was that client accounting services would grow substantially within all firms, and it has. A record number of firms have crossed the threshold and are … [Read More…]

 

Well-Known and Not-so-Well Known Tax Tips

Well-Known and Not-so-Well Known Tax Tips
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December 18th 2015 by Christopher Ragain

No matter what kind of practice you have, where you’re located or what your scope of service might be, you’ll be your clients’ hero any time you can legitimately lower … [Read More…]

 

Tax Tips for Self-Employed Clients

Tax Tips for Self-Employed Clients
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December 9th 2015 by Alan Crouse

How many self-employed clients do you have? Chances are good that the number of individuals working for themselves has increased. As a result, it’s good to refresh yourself on issues … [Read More…]

 

QuickBooks® Connect: It’s all About the Firm of the Future and Fueling Small Business Success

QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Connect: It’s all About the Firm of the Future and Fueling Small Business Success
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November 10th 2015 by Jim McGinnis

Were you one of the 4,000+ accountants and small business owners who attended this year’s QuickBooks® Connect? If so, I hoped you walked away inspired and motivated by this incredible … [Read More…]

 

9+ Creative Ways to Recruit and Retain Online Clients

9+ Creative Ways to Recruit and Retain Online Clients
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November 2nd 2015 by Gregg Bossen, CPA

If you’re an accountant who wants to grow your practice with online clients, now is the time to figure out creative ways to do this. After all, you’re competing with … [Read More…]

 

Educating the Best and the Brightest

Educating the Best and the Brightest
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October 27th 2015 by Kim Austin

At the very top of Intuit’s® core values sit two completely different, yet equally vital initiatives to our company culture: integrity without compromise, and we care and give back. 
Integrity without … [Read More…]

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