CPA Practice Advisor
CPA Practice Advisor is the definitive resource for information to tax and accounting professionals in public practice across the United States.
Tax practitioners such as CPAs and EAs have begun to take a more active role
in offering financial services to tax clients from personal financial planning
to retirement plans to insurance.
A custom write-up application is a software solution created for the specific
purpose of supporting a practitioner’s write-up practice. A non-custom
software application can, therefore, be said to be an adaptation of a software
Recognizing Tomorrow's Leaders in the Tax & Accounting Space
An interesting recent conversation with the principal of a small accounting
firm has driven me to address the personal use of the Internet by employees
When people say accounting, the word invokes thoughts of traditional bookkeeping,
payroll and write-up programs, which are often grouped together and referred
to as client services.
I recently spent a very enjoyable three hours previewing some of the features
and benefits of Microsoft’s soon to be released OS, Vista.
Working in the mid-market continues to evolve. To best serve your clients who
work in this space, consider your current strategies and what you recommend
Every professional finds his or her own path in the accounting profession,
but the road chosen by Hennie and Margaret van Bulck has been one of the least
I’ve been using Microsoft’s OneNote off and on since its initial
release with Office 2003.
Like any other technology that changes the way we live and work, the Internet
is prey to all kinds of nonsensical speculation, hype and myth.
For many years, I’ve been wishing for an automated system of tracking,
accruing, job costing, paying, and reporting on workers’ compensation
It’s not mere coincidence that “count” is in the center of
the word Accountant.
In Tom Stoppard’s 1993 play, “Arcadia,” wherein characters
from the past interact with today’s players, the Mathematician Valentine
stated, “The future is disorder.
From the Sept. 2006 Issue
Article: The Technology of Financial Services
Specific technologies and applications used by tax preparers providing financial
services include the following:
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Every business has to pay its employees, and, as such, almost every business has to deal with various federal, state and local government entities, whether for reporting or remitting withheld taxes and other payments.