While individuals and organizations are still competing with the instant and crucial concerns of the coronavirus (COVID-19), some are also expecting what the post-virus business scenery will look like. Is a rapid economic recovery possible? Will the business and economic consequences be with us for years to come? What will be the new normal?
Navigating through the impact it continues to make on your practice is now becoming a long-term strategy. As you answer the question, “Where do we go from here?” and navigate your way back to some similarity of normality,
A “new normal” is inclosing day-to-day life as those in specialized services return to work. While some businesses have returned to limited operations as limitations brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic lift, accounting firms now face an important learning curve relaxing into a changed routine.
This “new normal” and the unavoidable cash crisis needs small and midsized Accounting firms to restart with a focus on numerous essential plans and tactics
In expectation of close-fitting liquidity and very slow living growth, leadership at small and midsized Accounting firms have a window to restart plans and tactics head on. All of the “new normal” issues can be satisfactorily spoken although some will take numerous years before they are completely amended. The good newsflash is that many small and midsized Accounting firms have now started a process to identify many of these concerns and are effectively dealing with them.