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Why Accountants Should Tap the Small Business Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution Industry

Why Accountants Should Tap the Small Business Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution Industry
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July 23rd 2014 by Steve Leavitt

As the vital signs of the U.S. economy point to steady and sustained recovery, driven in large part by U.S. small business manufacturers and wholesale distributors, it’s becoming clear that … [Read More…]

 

5 Ways to Get Paid Faster, Part 2

5 Ways to Get Paid Faster, Part 2
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July 21st 2014 by Monica Muir

In part 1, I discussed ways you can get paid faster that centered on invoicing and payments. In this article, I want to take a closer look at how to … [Read More…]

 

Do You Need a Business Coach? You Bet Your “Par” You Do

Do You Need a Business Coach? You Bet Your “Par” You Do
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July 16th 2014 by Hugh Duffy

“Be the ball,” said Chevy Chase’s character Ty Webb to a blindfolded Danny Noonan in the cult classic, “Caddyshack.” It may hard to get in the head of the whacky … [Read More…]

 

5 Ways to Get Paid Faster

5 Ways to Get Paid Faster
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July 14th 2014 by Monica Muir

Who doesn’t want to have money coming in sooner? While there are a general practices that come with an industry, maybe it’s time to make a few changes. Here are … [Read More…]

 

Refund Transfers – A Way to Grow Your Tax Practice

Refund Transfers – A Way to Grow Your Tax Practice
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July 9th 2014 by MB Raimondi

I recently heard about using Refund Transfers as a way to grow your practice. Being a tax preparer, I wanted to learn more about it. You might wonder why I’m … [Read More…]

 

Use Your Analytical Skills for Website Success

Use Your Analytical Skills for Website Success
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July 7th 2014 by Cathy Iconis

You are an accountant, right? Well, that means that you have some keen analytical skills that can be used on things other than just accounting. In my case, I use … [Read More…]

 

Positioning Yourself as a Finance Expert to SMB Clients

Positioning Yourself as a Finance Expert to SMB Clients
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June 17th 2014 by John Digrado

As a trusted and key member of your clients’ team, you’re an essential part of their success. You’re depended upon to make sure the numbers are right, all the right … [Read More…]

 

How I Coped With Maternity Leave and Still Ran a QuickBooks® Practice

How I Coped With Maternity Leave and <em>Still</em> Ran a QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Practice
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June 12th 2014 by Katherine Bunschoten

Two big, bright blue eyes gazed up from hospital-provided receiving blankets. For those with kids, you know the ones I mean – the faded blue and pink striped numbers that … [Read More…]

 

Learn How to Build a CPA Firm Marketing Plan in Only 90 Days

Learn How to Build a CPA Firm Marketing Plan in Only 90 Days
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June 9th 2014 by Scott Cytron

Let’s face it. Accounting firms need marketing, and often, they don’t know where to begin or how to best execute a plan. That’s where experts like award-winning industry leader Jean … [Read More…]

 

Stop Selling and Start Helping Your Clients

Stop Selling and Start Helping Your Clients
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May 22nd 2014 by M. Darren Root

When I first read Jay Baer’s New York Times bestselling book YOUTILITY – Why Smart Marketing is About Help not Hype, its central principle resonated deeply with me: “The difference … [Read More…]

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