Putting Accounting Clients on Microcomputers: A Suggested Approach
Microcomputers are expected to be a standard element in certified public accounting (CPA) offices. CPAs may be able to provide guidance to clients considering a purchase. The impressive array of hardware and software available make choosing difficult. Analysis of concrete needs should be specified. Compatibility and audit implications should be considered.
Publication Name: Massachusetts CPA Review
Stress in clients
The clients of accountants can incur stressful situations from dealings with the accountant. Consequently, the accountant must take action to ensure the health of the client. The client can do business with the accountant in a few visits or over numerous consultations.
Publication Name: The Accountant's Magazine
A measured view of clients
Issues are presented concerning the importance of maintaining an effective and good relationship with existing clients. The benefits which a business enterprise can gain from good client relationships is discussed.
Publication Name: Accountancy
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