Accountants Are Pushing Market Disruption
Each day another article flies across my screen about some new technological change that folks are absolutely sure will disrupt the market. The hot topic in the auditing world these days is block chain and how it will cause a paradigm shift in the way audits are done and how we can look forward to… (0 comment)

Tech’s Wealthy Enclaves Hurt the Country—and Tech Itself
ON A DREARY Thursday afternoon in March, the halls of the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, DC, swelled with people who spend their lives trying to salvage the economies of America’s forgotten towns. Hailing from across the country, they hurried past Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s office in their sharp suits and jewel-toned dresses, each… (0 comment)

Defining Your Market And Developing Your Offering
If you joined us when the marketing mini challenge was first announced (which you can do Here), then you should be with us in week four of your experimenting and learning. If you didn’t, you can still join in Here (Yep, mentioned it twice, didn’t I?).   The fourth week is when we start getting… (0 comment)

Strategy Rules Accounting Firm Risks
Accounting firms are making the risky move and reshaping themselves as strategy consultancies, inching slowly once again away from their core attestation function and into the same mold that created the likes of Enron and Worldcom. Having dipped their toe in with IT consulting and operational consulting, and realizing the fortunes that could be made… (0 comment)

Getting Advice From Strangers
Recently, several clients were asking questions related to pricing. One wanted to know what to charge to set up a set of books, another wanted to know how to get a set of books up to date after the firm had avoided any accounting for months, and another just wanted to know which was the… (0 comment)

Debit, Credit Trebit. Trebit?
During the Mesopotamian era, a fairly complex accounting of possessions, purchases and expenditures existed. This method was recorded in cuneiform on clay tablets. This was a single entry method of accounting, and is still valid today, although it is less secure than the Double Entry system formalized Fra. Luca Pacioli, in the middle ages.  … (0 comment)