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PCPS launches 2004 National Management of Accounting Practice Survey.

The AICPA's membership section for firms, the Partnership for CPA Practice Success, has announced the launch of the 2004 PCPS/Texas Society of CPAs National MAP Survey. This invaluable tool enables firms to benchmark management policies and financial results against other firms while gaining strategic guidance to build a more profitable and rewarding practice. The incredible response level for the 2003 survey enabled PCPS to provide practitioners with the most comprehensive data on firm management available today.

Later this month, PCPS will send firms invitations to participate. Firms that complete the survey will be able to purchase an interactive results report providing comparative data tailored to their firm size, specialty and region. In addition, participants will receive a $100 discount on the results. All PCPS members will receive the results for free.

For more information on the National MAP Survey, including Frequently Asked Questions, visit and click on the National MAP Survey icon on the left side of the screen.
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Publication:CPA Letter
Date:Jun 1, 2004
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