Practice Management-Marketing - PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT - Firms that developed versatile consulting niches to compete with the all-service, all-the-time culture of the Big Four now must deal with Sarbanes-Oxley restrictions on cross-selling. Here's how some CPA firms adjusted their focus to market services that avoid conflict of interest.
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