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Take Charge - What a Successful Solo and Small Firm Conference Looks Like

Well, I wasn’t in attendance this year, as I was out on a leave of absence.  Bummer!  But, if what I have heard since my return to work is any indication of what the attendees at this year’s Solo and Small Firm Institute enjoyed, this was a successful solo and small firm conference!   173 more words

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Leverage Your Front Desk Staff to Increase Revenue

Many physicians are familiar with the drop in cash flow that occurs in the first few months of every year. During this time many patients have not yet met their deductibles and must pay 100% of their healthcare costs out of their own pockets. Read More…

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Gay Doctor Coerced by Physician Health Program (PHP) into mandated 12-step treatment and monitoring for sex addiction: The slippery slope begins

State Physician Health Programs – coercion, control and abuse. This anecdote concerning  a gay doctor’s revelation he liked his non monogamous lifestyle leading  to a forced acceptance of a &#… … 164 more words

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Digital Workflow is the New Norm

While there are still legitimate concerns over data security across financial arenas, the days of digital doubt are long gone. Software security measures have advanced to such a degree that even simple transactions can be protected with bank-level security encoding. 511 more words

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Embrace Your Client Reviews to Improve Your Practice

Have you asked your clients for feedback on how you are doing? Many tax and accounting professionals avoid doing so. The thought of surveying clients to see what’s not going well scares them. 1,136 more words

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AIA Small Firm Exchange (SFx)

The AIA Small Firm Exchange (SFx – and previously the Small Firm Roundtable SFRT) recently published its inaugural newsletter. Click here for a link to the letter from the Chair. 79 more words


What You Should Know to Start Your Own Tax Practice

Whether you are just graduating from college, have worked for years at a firm or tax store and are ready to set out on your own, or are embarking on a second career in professional tax preparation, starting your own professional tax practice can be a complex process, with IRS requirements and often-changing tax laws adding to the intricacy. 117 more words

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