As speculation about the state of the world economy continues, many companies are beginning to think about how to grow their revenues. One of the best places to start is to mine your current roster of clients.
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Whether your children (or grandchildren) are 2 or 20, there’s one big thing probably weighing on your mind: How to pay for college. You’re not alone. According to recent studies, 42% of parents surveyed say their top money concern is paying for their child’s education.
Zinner & Co. is pleased to sponsor and support Cleveland Play House's production of “Into the Breeches!” which runs September 14th through October 6th, 2019.
There's a threat called Phishing and it can put your entire organization at risk. Phishing, a technique malefactors use to steal sensitive information such as user names and passwords, is a growing segment of crime.
At one point or another, you’ve probably been asked to complete a survey after visiting a business. Many businesses even offer incentives such as discounts on future purchases or entries into drawings for prizes. These firms invest heavily to hear your feedback, but is it worth it?
One of the fastest and most effective ways to gain momentum and market share is through the acquisition of a competitor. Acquiring a competitor has two distinct advantages – it allows you to eliminate competition; and it allows you to gain new products, customers and employees.
Running a small business can be challenging. Owners must always strike a balance between having the tools they need to run the business and controlling expenses.
One of the surest ways to keep your best employees is to take an active role in their growth and development. Doing so casts you into the role of a mentor, someone who can help them grow and reach their full potential, whatever that may be.
Zinner & Co. is deeply committed to developing the next generation of aspiring accountants. Each year, Zinner invests heavily to hire, train and mentor college interns. It’s a way to give back to the industry and attract great prospective employees.
We frequently hear the following question - “Is accounting still a viable career choice for undergrads?”