Happy 4th of July

After over 15 months on a roller coaster ride no one could have expected or predicted, we want to take a moment to wish everyone a Happy 4th of July! We hope you are able to take some time this weekend and reconnect with yourself, friends and family.



5 Things Accountants Can Do During The Off Season

things accountants can do during the off season

In today’s CPA landscape, it is safe to say that there is always work to be done. The connotation of the “Busy Season” does not necessarily hold the same weight as it did in year’s past. With the addition of consulting work and financial advising, the breakdown of work throughout the year is pretty consistent…. Read More


Resource Management vs. Scheduling Hours

resource management and what goes in to doing it well

Scheduling has always been a complicated and time-consuming process for CPA firms, but it’s also crucial for getting the work done. Part of the problem stems from trying to schedule hours. While some project resources are easy to control (technology, supplies, etc.), people are a little more challenging. That’s because every hour of a person’s… Read More


Tracking Your Firm’s Workflow Beyond Tax and Audit

connecting all areas of business through digital transformation and process automation

Whether you’re performing tasks yourself or delegating them to staff, managing and tracking workflow is critical. This was true back when accounting firms relied on paper routing sheets. It still holds true for firms that rely on an automated workflow solution to route projects efficiently through the firm, keep tabs on the status of multiple… Read More


Software Integration and The CPA Firm

In going through old blog posts, I had the chance to revisit this article from the Journal of Accountancy from June 1, 2012. Technology and CPAs: Visions of the Future The JofA assembled a distinguished group of thought leaders to identify and discuss the key technology trends that CPAs should keep top of mind in… Read More