Meet the Co-chairs - TIAG
ESV Accounting and Business Advisors
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LK Shields Solicitors
Kuit Steinart Levy LLP
Author: Frank Geric
A new study by the International Federation of Accountants finds that a career in accounting still holds great appeal for college students and young professionals millenials gen z accounting recently entering the workforce. The international study, which consisted of people born between the mid-90s to the mid-2000s (ages 18 – 23) looked at millennials’ views on matters from public policy to career and work/life preferences.
Contact: Randy Myeroff
Planning for business succession is a vital discipline to help keep organizations running smoothly, and ideally thriving, from one regime to the next. Building a plan for the future boosts confidence in customers, employees, investors and lenders.
Running your business, you may feel that looking at what has already happened is the best way to project what will happen next. In reality, though, it’s not the best way to operate. Looking ahead to the future with the help of the present will give you a solid idea of how you’re performing, and where you need to ramp things up. You need to be sure that more cash is flowing into your business than flowing out, and you’ll only know this if you forecast.
So when you’re operating day-to-day, and have plans for your business to stand the test of time, you need to be forecasting both short and long-term.
Author: John Fitzgerald, CPA
Law firms that want to survive and thrive in today's competitive legal environment must pay attention to certain Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) inside of their firms. Understanding these metrics will allow the firms to improve in areas where expenses can be curtailed and profits enhanced. The result will be more profitable law firms, which will enable the firms to retain high-performing personnel.
Business owners get to make executive decisions. It’s one of the perks of the job. But acting unilaterally when buying business software can be a risky move. Because new technology affects the entire team, the entire team (or at least key members) should have input on the choice. And while it may be impossible to please everyone, it’s possible to come close.