Gold-Medal Firm Administration

Jacobs, Nigel
February 2006
CPA Practice Management Forum;2006, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
The article discusses the administrative responsibilities that must be tackled by every public accounting firms and the benefits of delegating those responsibilities to a professional firm administrator. Every accounting firms perform various internal processes such as internal accounting, practice development, mergers and acquisitions and others. Leveraging or delegating these functions to a professional firm administrator can impact the productivity and profitability of accounting firms.


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