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Anytime, Anywhere Work: Measuring Something Other Than Time

Jennifer WilsonMore By This AuthorThis is the third installment of our blog series on the results of our survey on the adoption of flexible work initiatives within public accounting firms. We heard from 99 distinct firms and, in two prior blogs, we’ve shared the Survey Results and the Benefits of Anytime, Anywhere Work. In this […]
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Leadership Spotlight: Julie Miller, Business Writing That Counts

Michelle BacaMore By This AuthorWe met Julie Miller, founder and president of Business Writing That Counts! at a Washington Society of CPAs Women’s Conference. We were so impressed with her message that we invited her to participate in our Leadership Spotlight series. Julie is a business writing expert, author, speaker, and trainer. She helps her […]
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Six Ideas To Ensure Technology Impacts Profitability

Marc RosenbergMore By This AuthorMarc Rosenberg, President of The Rosenberg Associates, is a nationally known consultant, author and speaker on CPA firm management, strategy and partner issues. We are happy to have him as this week’s guest blogger. For more information, visit Managing Partners have many critical management duties. One is to ensure that […]
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Sales Tax: The Next Generation

Will FreiMore By This AuthorOur strategic partner, Avalara, takes a look at the changes we’ve seen in the growth and use of technology and the way it’s affected sales tax management. When you were a kid, could you have imagined using the technology that we have at our fingertips today? Here’s another question: could you […]
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Benefits and Challenges of Anytime, Anywhere Work

Jennifer WilsonMore By This AuthorEarlier this year, we launched a survey to collect information about the adoption of flexible work initiatives within public accounting firms. We received valuable insights from 99 distinct firms and shared the overall results of the survey in my Survey Results blog. In this post, we’ll explore the positive and negative […]
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