Double Your Income by Getting Rid of Receivables in Your Firm

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Kelly Gonslaves, 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 »

The #1 Way To Grow Your Bookkeeping Practice

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  Michael Palmer, President of Pure Bookkeeping North America & Podcast host, works specifically with bookkeepers to help grow your bookkeeping practice. Michael spent close to a decade giving bookkeepers the tools to start, grow and scale their own business outside of the accounting firm realm. In this episode of the Growing Your Firm Podcast,… Read more »

Turn $1,500/Month Retainers Into 6-Figure Contracts

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  Joe Woodard, Founder of Woodard Events and Woodard Consulting, unlocks how to turn tiny bookkeeping retainers into 6-figure contracts. It boils down to one of the least “sexy” terms in accounting — workflow. Joe’s been preaching about workflow and having the right processes for 2-3 years. If you can upgrade your firm’s workflow, you’ll… Read more »

How to Handle the Top 4 Sales Objections & Close More Clients

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“If you had been in the art of closing deals and after 10 years heard a new sales objection, you didn’t listen properly” These were the wise words Martin Bissett heard as he worked to close more clients for his firm. Since then, Martin realized there is a massive need for CPA firms to learn… Read more »

How to Implement Value Pricing, Why This Owner Wants to Change The Industry, and More

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For this month’s Interview Spotlight, we’re excited to highlight our interview with Jason Blumer, Chief Innovation Officer at Blumer and Associates and Founder of Thriveal CPA’s. As most of you probably know, Jason wants to disrupt our industry. Through his work, he puts into place strategic, creative initiatives for accounting practices and does the things… Read more »

Project management software for Quickbooks online

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Are you looking to find the right project management software or application for quickbooks online (QBO) ? In this post, we’ll talk about the key features and questions you’ll need to consider when researching applications. First, setting the criteria.  In many technology hunts, especially ones around project management, it’s important to define what you hope… Read more »

4 Surprising Tactics This Owner Used to Learn How to Build a Referral Based CPA Firm

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Today we’re excited to release our interview with Michelle Long where we dive into how to build a referral based cpa firm! She’s an established author (five books and counting!), sought after speaker, Founder of Long For Success LLC and Co-host of the Ultimate Accounting Vcon. In this interview you’ll learn: 1. How Michelle was… Read more »

Process Sheets for Accountants & CPA Practices

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Building process sheet for each service as an accountant or for your accounting firm can be challenging, which is why we wanted to walk through the foundational best practices for running a highly profitable process sheet. Which is why in this video, we wanted to give an overview of our process sheet recommendation. There are… Read more »