C-Level cloud accountants, in particular, will be the keys to successful companies weathering future economic turbulence and instrumental in maintaining/
Certain things won’t change for the future accountant. The essential value of being that tech-savvy and trusted adviser won’t change. In years past an accountant would earn a bachelors degree (or maybe a masters), join a big firm to gain experience, and then start out on his own. Back then, the new venture could have a decent (actually, pretty good) business doing taxes and bookkeeping within the immediate business community. Last year, however, 19% of tax preparers lost their jobs to online software. Accounting and tax firms need to diversify and become more sophisticated with their services to be successful.
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