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Leadership Institute 2.0 Launched

Leadership Institute 2.0 Launched

Published June 24, 2019

Firm managers are called to be leaders – by the best traditions of the accounting profession, by standards of professional responsibility, and by the expectations of the communities in which they work and live. And yet, until recently, there has been little attention given to leadership training for those responsible for the day-to-day management of CPA firms as they enter the profession and begin to develop the skills necessary for their ...

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Bill Reeb Inducted as AICPA Chair

Bill Reeb Inducted as AICPA Chair

Published May 22, 2019

The American Institute of CPAs announced that Bill Reeb, chief executive of management consulting firm Succession Institute in Austin, Texas, is the new chair of the AICPA. Reeb was elected to a one-year, volunteer post by the AICPA Governing Council, which wrapped up its annual spring meeting in Washington, D.C., on May 21, 2019. Tracey Golden, an audit partner with Deloitte, was voted in as the AICPA vice chair. Reeb said the ...

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INSIDE Public Accounting Releases Annual Ranking and Performance Metrics

INSIDE Public Accounting Releases Annual Ranking and Performance Metrics

Published August 8, 2019

The publishers of INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA), the award-winning newsletter for the public accounting profession, announce the release of IPA’s annual financial performance analysis and ranking of the nation’s 400 largest public accounting firms. Rankings of The IPA 100 FirmsNow in its 29th year, the IPA 100 lists the 100 largest public accounting firms. The IPA 100 is made up of the Big 4, which collectively generated over $60 ...

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Understanding Cloud Options for CPA Firms

Understanding Cloud Options for CPA Firms

Published May 15, 2019

If you’re a small CPA firm (think 10-50 employees), your IT scenario is probably as follows: You have a local IT consultant or MSP that you rely on and trust to help you make the right IT decisions for your firm. Perhaps you have someone in-house to help with desktop support (either a dedicated person or the employee who is stuck being the go-to for support in addition to his or her regular job), and every so often, when faced with an IT ...

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