Practice Management
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Practice Management

Practice management and development techniques to build a successful public practice, effectively manage day-to-day operations, and protect the business from professional liability issues. Also of interest to small and medium-sized entrepreneurs.


Learning Products

10 Steps to Supercharging Your Practice, Part 1 — On Demand
The accountant is the last trusted advisor to business owners, but that position is being eroded by fee pressure, competition from new sources, demanding clients, and increasing regulations. In this first webcast of a two-part series, discover how to work with quality clients, improve your revenue, reduce your debtors, reduce your work in progress, and improve your profits.
Quick Annual Reporting: Speeding Up Your Process — On Demand
Gain the insight on how to obtain audit clearance within 15 working days or less by tackling your year-end bottlenecks. Learn to get organised, and control the last mile so you can minimize year-end stress and resource requirement, as well as speeding up your annual reporting process.
Tax Consequences of Immediate Business Succession — 2014
Business succession simply refers to passing the ownership of a business from one set of hands to another. This course deals with the short-term, that is, the immediate or near-immediate sale of the business (assets) or the business interest (shares in a corporation) where the disposal occurs in a single transaction or a group of transactions.
Tax Planning for Business Succession — 2015
Business succession refers to passing the ownership of a business from a single owner or group of owners to another single owner or group of owners. Whatever factors are in play, succession can be a short-term solution, often as a reaction to a business or personal situation, or the result of long-term business and tax planning. This course deals specifically with long-term planning for business succession, and the structures that can be put into place in order to provide an effective transfer of the business interest.
10 Conversation Starters Clients Love to Answer
The right communication can open up many avenues between practitioners and their clients. But clients are best able to respond about their needs, and how you can help them, when they are provided specific queries. This article by Michael Cohn in addresses ten of those key questions, which can help you understand how to best serve your client and establish a mutually beneficial relationship.