It is the first publication on managing an accounting practice that I read that isn’t written like an explanation of the Internal Revenue Code and, more importantly, it is the very best that I have read on the subject.

Consultant Gale Crosley's phenomenal new book is entitled At the Crossroads--The Remarkable CPA Firm that Crashed Then Soared, published by Wiley. As is the case with many other business books that I’ve read, it is written in the form of a fable. This fable is about a fictitious firm in Minneapolis, Minn., with partners and staff that every CPA will recognize and probably one individual with which you will identify.

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