Read articles from the CPAmerica International member newsletter on how our members became involved in international business and the international group.
After about six years of intensive learning and preparation, one member firm now has its international practice up and running.
Perry Barnett, partner with Rushton & Company in Gainesville, Ga., is excited about the formation of a new CPAmerica international group and hopes it will help his firm’s growing international niche.
Read about Rushton & Company.
You may think an international practice is not for your firm. But think again, says Gale Crosley, CPA, founder and president of CPA consulting company Crosley+Company.
Crosley says she hasn’t run across a single CPA firm that could not benefit – greatly – from exploring working with international clients or with local clients doing business internationally.
Read more about what Gale Crosley had to say to CPAmerica members.
CPAmerica member firms are doing business in all corners of the world, as evidenced by the log of International Priority Requests.
During the past 18 months, CPAmerica firms submitted 81 requests for assistance from Crowe Horwath International, spanning global locales from Abu Dhabi to Yemen.
Read more about how international business is growing at CPAmerica.
European travel may seem like an extreme way to drum up business, but a North Carolina member thinks it will pay off for her firm.
Tax partner Heather Dean with Raleigh-based Hughes Pittman and Gupton, LLP, spent a week in Europe last fall, visiting Crowe Horwath International partners in England, Belgium and The Netherlands.
Read more about the North Carolina member firm.