CPA Practice Management 

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Practice Management Guidance

  • You Can’t Predict the Future, but It Pays to Prepare for It

    Should a catastrophic loss occur to a client or your employer where records or assets have been destroyed, CPAs are uniquely qualified to provide assistance and add value above and beyond the other critical services they provide. This value, however, doesn’t have to wait for a fire, flood, collapse, or some other horrible event to occur.
  • Attorney Consultations Help Keep a Practice Healthy

    For many practitioners, an hour in a dentist’s chair is more appealing than the mere thought of picking up the phone and calling an attorney. This mind-set needs to change for the health and well-being of your practice.
  • How Disrupted Are You?

    PICPA President Lisa Myers and I recently had the pleasure to meet with many PICPA members during our 2016 Professional Issues Update tour around the state. This series of meetings allows us to share thoughts and strategies related to current, as well as future, issues that impact our members, and to better understand how we can assist you in meeting those issues head-on.

Practice Management Blog Posts

  • Is Your Succession Plan Destined to Succeed?

    Do you have a succession plan in place? If you are a sole proprietor or a local CPA firm, the answer is “no” more often than not. Less than 10 percent of sole proprietors have a practice continuation agreement in place. You can fix that.
  • Management of an Accounting Practice Survey: Your Practice Building Measuring Tape

    The National MAP survey is the leading benchmarking study for CPA firms. The biannual report measures key practice management points and offers strategic insights. Because nearly 60 Pennsylvania firms participated in the 2016 survey, PICPA members have access the results.

PCPS Free Tool of the Month: PCPS Client Goals and Challenges Worksheet

Free Tool of the Month: Intentional Gratitude Actions Worksheet

Take a few minutes out of your busy day to show gratitude to those in your firm. These simple ideas can help increase motivation, teamwork, and personal knowledge, and build a strong firm culture. Find out more about creating a culture of gratitude with this accompanying podcast.

This Intentional Gratitude Actions Worksheet is an example of the turnkey tools and solutions offered by the AICPA's PCPS. View the PCPS site for more information.

On-Site Training
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