What We Are Reading This Week - March 12, 2020

What We Are Reading This Week - March 12, 2020

Helpful advice on staying sane during the tax season, helping your clients cope with the outbreak and the future of finance organization — all of that is covered in today’s digest.

Accountant’s Corner Edition

1. Tax season forecast: Sanity

By Darren Root

It’s easy to get carried away during the filing season. Some very needed advice on how to not do that will be helpful both for small business owners but also to any accountant and decision making in an accounting practice. 

Staying sane is the name of the game. 


2. Calming clients’ fears during the coronavirus outbreak

by Anita Dennis

CPAs have to deal first hand with the current (growing) panic about the coronavirus. Clients have questions about the stock market situation’s impact on their finances, future business growth, and anything else from family budgets to retirement savings. 

Annita Dennis has put together a helpful cheatsheet with calming advice for any CPA working with an anxious client. 


3. The Finance Organization is Changing … Are You?

By Jeff Ramsey

The future of Accounting and Finance (A&F) is bright, but it’s going to change a lot. Is your firm ready? Read this piece to make sure you’re following the current in order to become even more valuable in the future. 

A&F is in a unique position serve as a strategic advisor to business leaders in helping them interpret the data for critical business decisions.


Fanya Becker

Fanya Becker

Fanya Becker is a Synder expert with sound experience in consulting various clients on automation solutions. She researches and provides guidance for small businesses on their path towards automating mundane and recurring parts of their workflow, works with professional accountants, and frequently interviews industry experts to create relevant and forward-looking content for Synder.

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