Small Firm Practitioners

Benefit from the shared knowledge, resources, and experience of your colleagues working in small firms.

Virtual Roundtables

Connect and network with your peers while discussing practitioner challenges, solutions and idea-sharing on current events. Roundtables occur every other month via Zoom. Free for MICPA Members and do not qualify for CPE credit.

Check back here for new dates and continue the conversation between Roundtables by joining the Small Firm Interests Group on MICPA Connect.





Past Dates:

UIA Updates with Darryl Hunter

Darryl Hunter is the Director of Tax & Employer Services, Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, Unemployment Insurance Agency. He will give an overview of his division, what they do and the programs they offer.

Kimberly Berry will discuss the Ombudsman’s office and some FAQs and how to easily resolve issues. Tina Alagna will provide an overview of the Collections process if an employer finds itself in that process. There will be a Q & A section at the end.

Virtual roundtables




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Web 3.0 is coming: What CPAs need to know now

The internet and World Wide Web have radically changed the way accountants work and transact business. This transformation has accelerated over the past decade as firms have adopted cloud computing, allowing them to collaborate virtually as effectively as in person. More change is on the way. New technologies are emerging that will empower the internet’s next evolutionary leap. Dubbed by some as Web 3.0, the next iteration of the internet may bridge the gap between the real and virtual worlds, further enhancing the ways we work and conduct business.

This tool is an example of the turnkey practice management tools and resources PCPS delivers. PCPS is an add-on firm membership section within the AICPA. A PCPS firm membership, at only $50 per CPA, up to a max of $800 per firm, is a great investment for a broad range of practice management resources.

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