Starting and Building Your Own Accounting Business

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Wiley, 1991 - Business & Economics - 394 pages
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An updated edition of the book that offers entreprenaurial accountants a headstart that will last the life of their business

Now in Paper!

Even the most zealous entrepreneur can have second thoughts when confronted with all the decisions required of a new business owner. Jack Fox has been there and draws on that experience to tackle every aspect of building a thriving accounting business—from creating a business plan, locating office space, and hiring a staff, to selecting computer hardware and software, advertising and promoting the practice, and planning for growth. You′ll learn whether or not you need to be a CPA, how to make cash flow projections, when you should "fire" a client, and much more.

  • Provides a programmed action plan for the critical first three months and a broader–based plan for the whole first year
  • Includes charts and forms that can be used in the practice
  • Offers tips on setting fees, timing billings, and prospecting for clients
  • New edition has been expanded to address the growing importance of personal computers

JACK FOX (San Diego, California) is President of Jack Fox Associates, an accounting firm, and is also an Adjunct Professor at The American University. The author of Accounting and Record Keeping Made Easy for the Self–Employed, Fox formerly served as the Budget Director of The National Alliance of Business.

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Contents

Role Demands and Requirements
12
Choosing a Location
19
Selecting Office Space
25
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

JACK FOX is President of Jack Fox Associates/Accounting Resources Group, a small business consulting firm based in San Diego. His other books include Starting and Building Your Own Accounting Business (published by Wiley) and How to Obtain Your Own SBA Loan.

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