chief marketing officer at St. Louis-based Anders CPAS + Advisors.
To that end, the firm has crafted a web-based tax reform resource center, including videos of Anders’ experts explaining various topics.
“We did it in a way that you can take it apart, question by question,” said Erbs. The resource center can be viewed on the firm’s website, or on Facebook, Youtube or Linkedin.
“In addition, we’ve been blogging about tax reform all the time,” said Erbs. “Anders professionals have spoken at different law firms, women-owned businesses and industry-specific groups,” she said. “We break [the legislation] down into what makes the most sense to the audiences.”
“These activities not only gain new clients, they cement our bonds with existing clients,” Erbs said. “They know that we understand this and have people working to advise them for the best results, and to take advantage of the opportunities this will afford them.”
Accounting firm Boyer & Ritter has reached out to one of its core specialties, auto dealerships, in a unique way, by co-authoring a comprehensive guide to tax reform.
“Auto dealerships comprise about 30 percent of our practice,” said Bob Murphy, CEO of the firm. “[The National Automobile Dealers Association] asked us to provide professional support as one of three firms to prepare the NADA’S new guide to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.”
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