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In light of Lapidus v. Lurie -
Minnesota courts upheld a CPA firm’s noncompetition agreement with the firm’s former managing partner, carrying clear takeaways for firms in structuring retirement and noncompetition provisions.
Unlocking creativity with discipline -
You may think creativity and accounting mix as well as oil and water. But, what if I told you that your performance and business could improve by strengthening your creative mind?
Companies supporting CPAs -
It’s a simple story, and one that you’ve heard countless times. Heck, it’s one you can relate to.
Practice management in a smaller firm -
The foundation of the small firm itself is solid if the various aspects of practice management are in place, monitored and followed.
Minnesota has a CPA exam ‘gender gap’ -
The gender gap in public accounting is real — and it is a significant problem for the profession.
Top takeaways at the 2019 MNCPA Management & Business Advisers Conference -
The following is a brief look at some of the sights and takeaways from MBAC19. Be sure to visit the links after each speaker for additional insights.
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