It seems a CPA's personal and professional life keeps on getting more complicated and more expensive. Just think, a couple of years ago you didn't have a cell phone, laptop, or PDA, not to mention the installation of high-speed digital lines or the creation of a wireless environment in your home.  It's no different with insurance, as you probably now have life, property, disability (both short and long-term), long-term care, malpractice, and business interruption insurance, just to name a few.

Well, here is the latest complication, a.k.a. expense. It is whether your firm should get a .pro designation in addition to the .com that it has.

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