How to Clear Cookies and Cache in Chrome

Chrome stores small files called cookies on your computer for a variety of reasons, one of which is to keep you logged in to your favorite websites. The browser also stores images and other files—called the cache—to make pages load faster when you revisit them. Unfortunately, websites commonly use cookies to track your browsing habits and target ads to […]

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Build An Online Community To Grow Your Small Business

Client When Susan Blanchett was told she no longer had a job, she decided to start her own business making and selling macaroons from home.  Requests from friends turned into orders, orders turned into an online business:  Macaroons4U.  Within six months, she was taking so many orders, she decided to open her first store with […]

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Groups weigh in with SEC on PCAOB audit report standard

Accounting and financial firms and business groups are sending comment letters to the Securities and Exchange Comment ahead of a deadline Friday for approving a new standard from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board on expanding the scope of audit reports. In June, the PCAOB voted to approve a new standard that would significantly change […]

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How to Prepare Your Firm for a New Generation

For the past several years, accounting firms have faced a leaky bucket in terms of staffing. While firms are currently growing—the latest AICPA survey estimates that more than 60 percent of firms are planning expansions—many face a talent shortage. Now comprising the largest segment of the workforce, the tech-savvy Millennial generation stands to fill the […]

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Th Accounting Firm’s Sustainability Index

How sustainable is your firm? Meaning, if the Partners were not there, how would it perform? Would it make money? Would it lose money? Could it continue to grow without you? Here’s a simple but sobering equation: Take Partner revenue delivered (your personal billable time / dollars) away from your profit (before Partner salaries) and […]

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GASB establishes new approach for reporting leases

GASB established a single approach to accounting for and reporting leases by local and state governments in a new statement issued Wednesday. GASB Statement No. 87, Leases, is based on the principle that a lease finances the right to use an underlying asset. The standard offers guidance for nonfinancial assets, including vehicles, heavy equipment, and […]

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The Perfect Succession Plan

There was time not long ago when I considering retirement. As an entrepreneur, the question is always, “how can I step away from the business and be assured that my clients are taken care of and my legacy and cash flow are preserved?” For most practitioners, the first thought is to sell the practice to […]

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