Public Accounting 2.0: The Next Generation
Have you noticed that several CPA firms that service the small business to middle market companies just don’t seem to “have it all together?” Like the movie Ground Hogs Day, they are stuck in a never ending cycle of dissatisfied clients. Because this is “the way things work,” they are neither incentivized nor want to change. The ability to bring clients tremendous value is right under their noses; they just don’t realize it.
California Prop 30 Reminder
As the world morns the passing of Nelson Mandela, we know that the certainty of death looms over us all. Another unavoidable certainty relates to taxes. In California, proposition 30 reminds us about the changes that took effect retroactively to January 1, 2012. California income tax rates increased for taxpayers with taxable income of more than
When Outsourcing Should Have Been the First Solution
Obamacare exemplifies when vertical integration wasn’t the right approach to begin with. Many small businesses face the same challenges today. While maintaining in-house back office and accounting functions in the long-term may make sense, for many small business, outsourcing these functions in the early stages may be the best solution for keeping focus on what
The Future of Outsourced Accounting
As the Dow Jones Tops 16,000, the press focuses on the success of big business. What can’t be ignored however is that small business in the United States is a predominant factor in a stable economy. America has a bright future. To ensure that the country endures and prospers economically, small business needs to get