Podcast – A Conversation with Jeff Magee I recently caught up with Jeff Magee to talk about issues impacting the accounting profession. Jeff is one of today’s leading “Leadership & Marketing Strategists.” He is the Author of more than 20 books, four best sellers, Publisher of PERFORMANCE/P360 Magazine, Co-Host of the national business entrepreneur program […]
Month: July 2013
Buying an Accounting Practice – The Crucial Considerations
Buying an accounting practice is a big decision. For the entrepreneurial accountant, it can be one of the best career decisions you can make. If you are thinking of buying an accounting practice, below is a broad summary of the most crucial topics you will want to consider…along with links to dig deeper: Buying an […]
Why are you an accountant?
Why Are You an Accountant? Are you in public accounting to make a real difference? Thinking about this fundamental question can point you in some interesting directions. You probably know more about your client’s businesses than you realize. Is your knowledge being fully utilized? Check out this TEDtalk video about the question “Why?” Can’t see […]
Is your accounting firm too big to be little, but too little to be big?
If your practice is roughly generating between one and two million dollars per year, you may find yourself caught between the proverbial rock and the hard place. Firms this size have a lot of responsibility and often not enough size to have their teams properly specialize. The result is that owners are often spread too […]