White paper

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 and a fresh perspective while accelerating growth in the industry. Despite their contributions and growing numbers, recent survey results suggest that some women are not confident in their ability to pivot from compliance-based work to utilizing advisory services despite having the same knowledge and experience as their male counterparts. While change is not easy, the reality is that a growing number of women in the profession are reaping the rewards of these strategic, higher-value services.

This white paper 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 have spent time with female-owned-and-operated firms and seen firsthand how the shift to advisory services has enabled them to meet increasing client demands, boost firm revenue, and attract and retain top talent.

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