2016 AICPA PCPS/ CPA.com National MAP Survey Special Report for Firms with Under $5M in Revenue
This 2016 survey report provides data to help you focus on areas of improvement, create your firm's strategic goals and maximize your firm's overall performance. It contains analysis, tables, and graphs based on data received from firms with under $5 million in revenue.

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AICPA’s Private Companies Practice Section (PCPS) partnered with CPA.com on the National MAP (Management of an Accounting Practice) Survey, which was fielded from mid-May through July 2016.

The debut of the comprehensive report makes it the definitive “go-to” report providing focused analysis, detailed tables, and graphs based on data received from over 1,000 firms with under $5 million in revenue. With over 100 pages of detailed benchmarks broken out by firm size, this report is a vital management tool to help provide focus for areas of improvement, create your firm’s strategic goals and maximize your firm’s overall performance.

This report will enable firm leaders, owners and key management personnel to utilize a benchmarking tool designed specifically for firms with under $5 million in revenue to:

  • Gain a perspective on operations of firms of similar size
  • Benchmark their overall operational performance
  • Identify opportunities for improvement
  • Solidify partner alignment around key performance improvement initiatives

Who Will Benefit:

  • Public accounting firms with under $5M in revenues, specifically partners, owners, firm administrators and staff managing firm financials, as well as IT and human resources departments
  • Larger firms considering acquisitions of firms with under $5 million who may want to assess the relative performance of like-sized firms
  • Educators and key stakeholders in the profession can use this information to see trends in accounting firms


PCPS members save an additional $230!

Learn more about PCPS Membership (only $35 per CPA, max $700 per firm) by visiting www.aicpa.org/pcps/Membership.

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