Accounting Practice Resolutions for 2024

Welcome to a new year! On behalf of Firm of the Future, we wish you the very best for 2024!

Did you know that New Year’s resolutions originated in the spring some 4,000 years ago in Mesopotamia when life revolved around agriculture? Citizens would make promises to the gods for the new year, and use this as a time to return borrowed tools, supplies and equipment.

So when did it change to Jan. 1? You can attribute that to Julius Caesar in 46 BC, who established Jan. 1 as the start of the year; government officials would make promises to the emperor to show loyalty, while the courts would close for half a day.

Fast forward quite a few years. We now make resolutions as a way to begin fresh for the new year. Have you made any resolutions, particularly with regard to your accounting practice? We asked our authors to share their 2024 resolutions.

Marissa Jones — Carpe Digits

We are reaffirming our commitment to be the most customer-centric growth partner out there. Our resolution? To boldly say “yes” when others might say “that’s not our job.” In 2024, our pledge is to offer whatever it takes to support our clients’ growth and success. We recognize that sometimes the needs of our clients transcend traditional boundaries. This year, we’re embracing that challenge. Whether it’s a service within our typical scope or something entirely new, if it’s within our power to provide and benefits our customers, we’re on it. We’ve never shied away from a challenge, and this year, we’ll be doubling down on that spirit. Happy New Year!

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