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.
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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. 195.2003, 4, p. 57-66
Small Business-Practice Development - NAIL A CONSTRUCTION NICHE - Because the building industry encompasses projects that range in size from small (storefronts and kitchens) to huge (bridges and refineries), a CPA serving contractor clients will work with businesses that vary in complexity. This article gives practitioners considering this market segment information about the construction culture ...
Phelan, Sarah, (2003)
Practice Management - HOME IS WHERE THE OFFICE IS - Small and midsize firms can keep staff happy, deliver better client services and build in de facto work-interruption insurance by instituting teleworking, sources say. Here's how some firms use it to increase productivity.
Phelan, Sarah, (2002)
ARTICLES - Practice Management-Financial Planning Consulting - THE INTERNET AS AN INVESTMENT TOOL - The Web has revolutionized the retail securities marketplace and is rapidly changing the financial arenas in which CPAs and their clients interact. Here's some of what it can do for CPA-financial planners and investors.
Phelan, Sarah, (2001)
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