The good, the bad and the ugly of the Australian accounting professionPublisher: Brisbane : Business Fitness Pty Ltd, 2016Description: 133 p. : 30 cm.Subject(s): Accounting firms | Accounting profession | Surveys | Practice management | Australia
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REVENUE GROUP ANALYSIS: Up to $500k -- $500k-$1.5m -- $1.5m-$4m -- $4m-$10m -- $10m+. TOP TEN FIRMS BY PROFIT REPORT: Introduction -- Up to $500k -- $500k-$1.5m -- $1.5m-$4m -- $4m-$10m -- $10m+. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: Introduction -- Designing your 12 month growth plan -- The real measures that drive growth -- Are you a boiling frog? -- Leveraging your expertise in the media -- Start selling - more clients buying from you -- Why clients don't care about your qualifications -- Strategic partnerships - how to leverage strategic partnerships to grow your accounting business -- The very obvious (but very overlooked) secret to a successful firm -- Digital marketing strategy for accountants - where does your website fit into your overall 'marketing machine'? -- Implementing effective systems to automate your business -- Accounting is now digital - a guide to building a technology strategy -- Digital trends for accountants to watch in 2017 and beyond -- The (short-term) future of the accounting industry -- Where is your revenue and profit coming from? (and where might it come from?) -- Exit value and succession trends in the accounting industry. APPENDIX: Survey summary -- 7 year trend summary -- State summary NSW/ACT -- State summary QLD -- State summary VIC/TAS -- State summary SA/NT -- Sate summary WA -- Comparison of firms by number of equity partners -- Comparison of firms by leverage -- Comparison of firms by compliance as a percentage of revenue -- Firm services revenue group summary.
Presents Australia's leading industry benchmarking survey on the accounting profession. Seeks to gather information on key aspects of accounting firm efficiency and profitability. Identifies the ways in which accounting firms can increase efficiency and improve performance through the use of high quality knowledge, document and workflow management systems.