Disengaging to benefit your firm and the client

Most CPAs — even those highly skilled at screening and bringing in new clients — will periodically encounter situations and client relationships that call for disengaging. While the subject of disengaging is typically thought of as (at best) unpleasant, disengaging can be a practice management tool that increases firm profitability and creates a better situation for both the CPA and the client.


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