Double Your Income by Getting Rid of Receivables in Your Firm

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Kelly Gonsalves, Founder of Totally Booked, has only run her firm for a short while, yet, after a recent conference visit, she discovered how to double her income by getting rid of accounts receivables entirely. Meaning, gone is the grumbling and panic runs to the mailbox hoping your client check is there. Take a listen… Read more »

Turn Your Accounts Receivable into Cash in 30 Days

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Jeff Brandeis, Chief Revenue Officer of QuickFee, says “cash is king” in any business, not just accounting firms. Unfortunately, it was reported that firms under $3 million in billing had around 30% of their accounts receivable outstanding for over 90 days! That means you have less money to pay the bills, employees, and grow your company…. Read more »

How to Start an Accounting Firm and Bank 6-Figures Your First Year

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Hannah Stricker always wanted to be her own boss after 25 years in the accounting field. Finally, she gave her notice and went off to start an accounting firm from scratch. WIthin 12 months, she had banked 6-figures in revenues and she’s ready to show how she did it. In this episode of the Growing… Read more »

Solving the Pricing Problem for Accounting Firms

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Solving the Pricing Problem for Accounting Firms This chapter preview comes from the Double Your Accounting Firm book  (Amazon) Janice’s firm was in a rut. They were gaining new clients, but had a hard time maintaining profitability. It struck him as odd, as this 30-year-old accounting firm hadn’t changed much in their practice. They continued… Read more »