On the three-legged stool that is the CPA firm, tax and audit stand solid while consulting is perpetually wobbly. Firms seem to launch and shut down various consulting services as if by trial and error, never quite getting it right. Why? What do the McKinseys of the world have that the Big 4 don't? Is the answer to buy a successful standalone consulting firm a la PWC and Booz Allen? Or can CPA firms actually develop a successful consulting practice from within?
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Up until last year, there hadn’t been an actual ranking of the best independent construction accounting firms. But trade magazine Construction Executive is into that sort of thing, I guess. For its latest report, which of course has a pandemic-related theme, Construction Executive used an algorithm that weighed seven factors in descending order of importance […]
The editors at Construction Executive must have been desperate to fill their editorial calendar for 2019 because the trade magazine just came out with its inaugural ranking of the top 50 accounting firms that provide services to construction clients. Here’s all the work Construction Executive did to come up with its first-ever accounting firm listicle: […]