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I had lunch with a colleague recently who is a partner at a national accounting firm. The conversation turned to staff and he communicated how frustrated he was with his.

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[Video] Becoming the Entrepreneurial Accountant with Accounting Today

Brian Amann discusses the importance of embracing an entrepreneurial spirit for sustainable firm growth.

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[Video] Steps to Entrepreneurship: An Interview with Accounting Today

Brian Amann discusses proactive steps accountants can take to build an entrepreneurial culture in their firms.

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Accounting career advice highlighted in the news

Some news outlets have highlighted positive trends in the accounting profession, notes James Schiavone of the AICPA.

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Colorado Education Requirements - In with the Bad

Two primary pieces of legislation passed in 2010 that, in combination, are intended to jump start corporate America and will have lingering benefits for years to come. The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 passed in December 2010 followed closely on the heels of another business boosting measure, the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010.

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Colorado ranks in Forbes top five best states for business

Minnesota Republicans have come out pro-business in a big way. Will other states follow?

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Maintaining the auditor/tax preparer divide

Deloitte's 2008 cultural deficiencies reopen discussion on auditor independence.

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Ninety Day Cancellation Policy

I just had the most amazing experience. I had entered into a contract with a company to provide services earlier in the year. I have been on the fence on the value that was being provided and finally expressed my desire to cancel the contract because I wasn't receiving enough.

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Problem or a Symptom?

Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between the two. Is what I'm experiencing truly the problem or is it a symptom of an underlying problem?

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Resource Download: Five Compelling Reasons for Separating Audit and Tax

Although one size does not fit all, there are a number of reasons for separating audit and tax work among two different providers.

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Talking Tax to a Packed Crowd at Denver Startup Week

TaxOps Partners presented "10 Tax Essentials for Growing Businesses" to business owners eager to get tax right.

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TaxOps a Top Finalist in Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs Program

Comcast Business names TaxOps a regional winner in the nationwide awards program.

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TaxOps Again Ranked Among Largest Denver-area Accounting Firms in 2014

TaxOps is consistently named a best workplace and is led by a nationally-recognized top firm leader.

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TaxOps and a Triple Bypass

While the work environment in most CPA firms leads to bypass surgery, our environment recently allowed for a much different bypass experience. On July 11th, I rode an organized bike ride called The Triple Bypass, a personal goal that I've had for some time.

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TaxOps is a Top Colorado Accounting Firm

Singular tax focus and entrepreneurial thinking drive home best results and loyalty from clients and staff.

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Time to Give Hourly Billing the Boot

Get off the clock with fixed-fee pricing and put the focus of each tax project squarely on best outcomes, not output. Brian Amann, CEO of TaxOps, talks about the business benefits of fixed-fee pricing in the Colorado Society of CPAs article, Will Hourly Billing Ever Die?

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Value-based pricing yields better business results

Value-based pricing is going mainstream as more and more industries adopt the win-win pricing model. Unlike traditional professional services models that price services by the product and the hour, value-based pricing sets fees based on the achievement of client objectives related to the engagement.

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