• New Grantham University online program addresses growth in financial planning careers

    With the role of personal financial advisors projected to grow 27 percent between 2010 and 2020, Grantham University’s Mark Skousen School of Business has added a financial planning - Bachelor of Business Administration program to its offering of more than 40 online degrees and certificates. Read more »

  • Young Rochester CPAs renovate home for local family

    The New York State Society of CPAs’ (NYSSCPA) Rochester Chapter NextGen group, a committee of young accountants and new CPAs, alongside the Flower City Habitat for Humanity (FCHH), will host a celebratory open house at the newly-renovated Rochester home at 44 Miller Street at 4 p.m. on May 1, according to the State Society. Read more »

  • Four growth benchmarks every managing partner should use

    Now that busy season for many accounting firms is drawing to a close, more attention turns to expanding business and developing new business. While every firm has a different way of tracking growth and revenue, BKR International reminds firms of four growth benchmarks to pursue and track consistently to stay in front of your best business opportunities. Read more »

  • For Deloitte, a more human performance management system

    In the April issue of the Harvard Business Review, Deloitte unveiled their plans to move away from a more traditional performance management system, focusing instead on a system based on the individual team member and their strengths. Read more »

  • Go see your top clients…now!

    Now that the crush of the tax deadlines is behind you, it’s time to once again think about marketing. But not just any marketing – I want you to think about marketing to your top clients. Read more »

  • One in four Americans victims of information security breaches, AICPA survey finds

    One in four Americans (25 percent) fell victim to information security breaches in the past year, according to a new survey from the AICPA conducted by Harris Poll. This statistic represents more than double the number of people (11 percent) who reported being victimized in a similar survey taken just over a year ago. Read more »


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