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Build a virtual CPA firm in 5 steps
Follow these steps to build your firm with technology.

Build a virtual CPA firm in 5 steps [MNCPA]
Daniel Moshe, the CEO of Tech Guru, outlines how to free up your team to achieve greater productivity making the most of technology.

Building better business advisers: Got conferences? [MNCPA]
Take a hollistic approach to employee development when it comes to conferences.

Keys to workplace happiness
Happiness at work is something nearly everyone wants, but it can be challenging to achieve.

3 ways new employee surveys can improve retention
Here are three ways that a new employee survey can support and even improve retention. Make sure to ask the right questions and analyze the results for action.

Build a virtual CPA firm in 5 steps [MNCPA]
In this series, Daniel Moshe, the CEO of Tech Guru, outlines how to free up your team to achieve greater productivity making the most of technology.

Learning the ropes: A tale of attending client meetings with a mentor
Teaching less experienced staff members how to work client meetings is a win all around for the team.

3 fresh approaches to employee surveys for branding
Your employees have a lot to tell you, but only if you ask the right questions to the right employees.

Minnesota has a CPA exam ‘gender gap’ [MNCPA]
The gender gap in public accounting is real — and it is a significant problem for the profession.

Practice management in a smaller firm [MNCPA]
The foundation of the small firm itself is solid if the various aspects of practice management are in place, monitored and followed.

Advice from managing partners on leadership
If you are a new leader or a seasoned one, here is some advice for you. 

Calculated risks enhance clients' experiences
Changing the structure of the traditional accounting firm also enhances employees' experiences

3 common generational stereotypes
Reconsider what you "know" about your colleagues

Show up as your best self in every situation
Have you ever left a conversation thinking you didn't come across very well or that you didn't provide much value to the discussion? Or have you finished a presentation wondering why you failed to make an important point?

Hiring in a tight labor market
The only thing worse than hiring an employee who doesn't work is having to go through the process all over again. This is especially true in the current labor market, where demand for talent is high, and the number of people able to "fit the bill" is more limited.

Employee record retention and destruction issues
To keep or not to keep, that is the question

MNCPA Perspectives blog posts

Finding qualified staff: A new approach
Are we looking for the unicorn employee and then disappointed when one can’t be found? To help address the staffing challenge, each business should...

Communication that builds a team
Imagine a small CPA firm with one partner and six staff. The partner hosts a weekend Christmas party at his large new house. Staff and their...

Show me the love (in the way I prefer)
Several months ago, I talked about the importance of recognizing people for their hard work. I was reminded this week that it’s equally as..

MNCPA membership is half off

Saving 50% just makes cents, right? But the savings don’t stop there. Keep an extra $20-100 in your pocket on most seminars, conferences and webinars when you join the MNCPA. That’s in addition to members-only access to online resources, career tools and networking opportunities. 

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