Before you buy or sell a practice or block of fees, you need the financial facts at your fingertips, writes Nicola Draper.
Mark Lloydbottom explains why accounting firms should make it a priority to reduce their lock up in order to become profitable.
Accountants often sell themselves as if they’re Virgin Atlantic when really they’re Ryanair.
Barack Obama reckons change is the cure for America's ills. Can the same approach work for accountancy practices? Mark Lloydbottom reports.
You can’t hide from technology forever, argues Jon Milburn which is why, two years on from his first call
Back in 2006 Kevin Salter shared his ‘paperless pointers for accountants in business’ outlining how his practice had re
I am looking to upgrade our practice management system as the current system is not good enough for modern practices.
Ron Baker reflects on the shift from hourly to value based billing and explains how to make your pricing structures more efficient.
Scott Heintzelman outlines how accountants can be their own ‘rainmakers’ and win new business.
Paul Shrimpling outlines how to raise your clients’ eyebrows in 2010 (in a good way) and generate more income for your firm.