Thomson Reuters has released a pair of new client marketing newsletters for CPA firms seeking to grow their accounting, auditing and international tax practices.
The Accounting & Audit Monthly newsletter focuses on recent and emerging developments in accounting, financial reporting, corporate governance, and assurance standards, including relevant projects from the Financial Accounting Standards Board, the International Accounting Standards Board, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the American Institute of CPAs. CPA firms can distribute the newsletter to their clients at private and public companies to keep them informed about compliance issues.
The International Tax Monthly newsletter focuses on foreign tax issues and legislative developments important to American expatriates and to companies based in the U.S. that conduct business abroad. Topics include transfer pricing, compliance with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, the structure of Interest Charge Domestic International Sales Corporations, expatriate returns and international tax planning.
Both newsletters are available in HTML or content-only formats, so articles can be distributed via email, posted on firms’ Web sites, or shared through social media. Firms can personalize the standard email newsletter template with their logos and contact information.
“These content marketing solutions make it easier for CPA firms to keep clients and prospects informed of important developments in accounting, auditing, and international tax standards and regulations,” said Keith Haurie, vice president of emerging products in the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters, in a statement. “Our newsletters will enable them to regularly stay in touch with clients and prospects, establishing their firms as thought leaders on complex tax and accounting issues.”
Thomson Reuters also recently released a marketing newsletter on the Affordable Care Act (see Thomson Reuters Launches Client Marketing Newsletter on Affordable Care Act).