Art of Accounting: Guide to client accounting services

Art of Accounting: Guide to client accounting services


Art of Accounting: Retreats for small firms

Art of Accounting: Retreats for small firms


Art of Accounting: Partner buyout conundrum

Art of Accounting: Partner buyout conundrum


Art of Accounting: How to prevent an embezzlement at a client

Art of Accounting: How to prevent an embezzlement at a client


Art of Accounting: Strategic planning meetings

Art of Accounting: Strategic planning meetings


Art of Accounting: Don’t be the holdup during tax season

Art of Accounting: Don’t be the holdup during tax season


Art of Accounting: Some relaxation during tax season

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Take a little time out from busy season with Ed’s nonbusiness blogs.

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Art of Accounting: Some relaxation during tax season


Art of Accounting: Which tax returns should you review first?

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Which has more priority — reviewing a return that would take two hours to complete, or reviewing 12 returns that would take 10 minutes each?

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Art of Accounting: Which tax returns should you review first?


Art of Accounting: Ides of March

March 15 is a busy date. The S corporation and partnership returns are due then, so the K-1s can be distributed.

Art of Accounting: Ides of March


Art of Accounting: Managing client expectations

Overpromising and missing deadlines is a guaranteed way to disappoint clients.

Art of Accounting: Managing client expectations