4 questions to ask about data security while working with offshore teams

4 Questions To Ask About Data Security While Working With Offshore Teams

Outsourcing in accounting is a common practice. You can focus on the core activities of your business by outsourcing the accounting function. However, you should consider outsourcing to the right firms. Data security is a growing concern for businesses as they work with offshore teams. Cloud computing enables collaboration and remote working. However, if not…

Remote Teams for Accounting Firms

4 Benefits of Remote Teams for Your Accounting Firm

Remote working and flexible job openings have seen a surge in recent months. The currently rising trend is mainly linked with the compulsion of Coronavirus caused pandemic, rather than a choice. All business sectors saw a significant disruption with the complexities of managing the business remotely being the biggest challenge. Accounting and CPA firms are…

9 Things You Need to Do to Avoid Being Overworked

Are you: Overworked, overwhelmed and overscheduled? Taking work home with you? Experiencing staff coming to you with problems that you feel they can solve themselves? Worrying that your staff will make mistakes and make clients angry? Spending precious time checking and correcting work done by staff? If you answered “yes” to 2 or more of…

How Will You “Wow!” Your Clients In Tax Season?

Hello. Got source documents. Prepared return. Filed. See you next season. Thanks. Is that the path it goes for you as a tax preparer? Can you find a way to put in a Wow! somewhere on that path? Here are some… The Perfect One. No Taxes Owed. No Refund: What do you do with such…

Extend Your Happy Holidays Into Tax Season!

Yes! You read it right! The most popular poll (with keywords “CPA” and “Tax”) on LinkedIn revealed a very interesting insight into the minds of tax preparers. 26% voters expressly indicated that they wanted clients to turn in source documents in early. And 26% more voters wanted “Family, Healthy Meals & Seeing Daylight”, indirectly indicating…