You want to build a relationship with each and every one of your accounting clients. To do that, you need strong client communication. But when you’re juggling dozens or even hundreds of clients, effective communication is easier said than done.Read More Not Another How-to! Client Communication Tips You Haven’t Heard a Million Times
You work hard to ensure your client’s businesses do well. But, many accounting professionals struggle with an unreliable cash flow when clients pay late or forget to pay. The good news is your firm doesn’t have to suffer. Want to make sure your firm gets paid? Read on to learn how to get clients to […]Read More How to Get Clients to Pay on Time: 7 Easy Steps to Make Sure Your Firm Gets Paid
According to a May 2022 report from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, only 48% of small businesses with fewer than 50 employees offer a retirement plan. Not only does this disparity contribute to the retirement savings gap, but retirement benefits are increasingly seen as desirable by employees, meaning small businesses are missing […]Read More Small Business Accountants: Should You Talk to Clients About a Retirement Savings Plan?
In 2021, the median pay for accountants and auditors was $77,250 annually. But the highest 10% of accountants earn over $128,970. And if you’re like most hard-working accounting professionals, you may wonder how to make more money as an accountant.Read More The Million-dollar Question: How to Make More Money as an Accountant
“Behind every good business is a great accountant.” As an accountant, you probably agree with this saying (as you pat yourself on the back). But, you’re more than an accountant to your clients: you’re also their trusted advisor. And as an advisor, your role extends beyond reconciling their accounts. It might extend so far as […]Read More An Accountant’s Guide to Offering Payroll Services to Clients