ARTICLES - Estate Planning - WHEN THE CLIENT WANTS TO LEAVE IT TO THE CAT - An estate plan leaving significant assets for a pet's care -- Or making some other unusual bequest -- May create a litigation target for family members. If the loved one your client wants to provide for is outside the norm, or has fur or feathers, there are solutions.
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Journal of accountancy : publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. - Jersey City, NJ : Inst., ISSN 0021-8448, ZDB-ID 2193590. - Vol. 192.2001, 1, p. 29
Hayes, Michael, (1979)
Consulting-Practice Development - NICHE DEVELOPMENT TIPS - After you've read the above article on the ABV credential and business valuation niche, read about CPAs with other specialized expertise who share some of the savvy that has helped them go from having one or two clients in a business sector to a fully developed service niche.
Hayes, Michael, (2003)
Disaster Planning-Practice Management - BEFORE THE DELUGE -- AND AFTER - CPAs can help clients prepare so that if a cataclysm strikes, the financial lifeblood of communities will keep pumping. This article's first-hand accounts from practitioners who've been there illustrate what businesses must deal with when calamities occur; its planning information applies to firms and clients.
Phelan, Sarah, (2003)
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