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How to Market Your Accounting Services to Small Business Clients

How to Market Your Accounting Services to Small Business Clients

That slight movement you’re feeling under your feet? It’s a shift in the accounting profession landscape, as millennials step up and take control of the business world. While many millennials own successful small businesses, all too frequently these young business owners don’t work with an accountant, preferring to handle the work themselves. It’s usually just … Read More

Minimum Wage Changes for 2018

Minimum Wage Changes for 2018

Several states and localities have announced minimum wage changes for 2018. Twenty-seven states — plus Washington, D.C. — index their minimum wages to rise automatically with the cost of living. More states will index minimum wage increases annually, starting in the following years, like: Minnesota (2018), Michigan (2019) and Vermont (2019). The following charts show … Read More

Why You Need Social Media to Remain Relevant

Why You Need Social Media to Remain Relevant

Marketing techniques change as rapidly as tax laws and accounting standards. To stay competitive in the marketplace, grow your practice and manage your firm’s online reputation, you have to reach new prospects and keep up with the demands of your client base. For Building Your Business Prospects are more tech-savvy today than they were 10 … Read More

Baffled About Blockchain?

Baffled About Blockchain?

As accountants, we live by ledgers and transactions. We should know, then, that an emerging technology has the potential to revolutionize these fundamental elements of our business — and, quite possibly, much more. “Blockchain is a big mystery to many people in the accounting profession,” says Jon Baron, managing director of the Thomson Reuters Tax … Read More