How women can confidently and successfully build an advisory practice
Women have been key contributors to the tax and accounting profession for decades. They’ve brought new ideas, a fresh perspective and have accelerated growth in industry. Today, women make up nearly half of the tax professionals in the US and that number continues to increase year over year. Despite their contributions and growing numbers, recent studies show women are less confident and feel less equipped to meet changing client demands compared to their male counterparts. When coupled with the recent spike in number of women leaving the workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these findings present a challenging set of circumstances for women in the profession.
This whitepaper explores how women in the tax and accounting industry can position themselves for long-term success with an advisory-centric business model. Hear from Thomson Reuters experts who’ve spent time with female-owned and operated firms and seen firsthand how the shift to advisory has enabled them to meet increasing client demands, boost firm revenue, and balance work with personal life.
Please find both English and Spanish translations of the white paper.