How to Improve Workflow Management for Accounting Firms

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Accessible Anywhere

Increasing your Workflow Efficiency to Increase Capacity This chapter preview comes from the Double Your Accounting Firm book  (Amazon) Sam started his practice ten years ago. He worked “typical” 80-hour weeks to build his dream firm. He hired a dozen workers spread out between CPA practitioners and administrative staff. His firm grew and referrals came… Read more »

3 Steps To Take Your Accounting Firm To The Next Level

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3 steps to take your accounting firm to the next level

Adi Klevit, co-founder of Business Success Consulting Group, has one job…to take your business to the next level. She does this by applying her 20 years of small-to-medium size knowledge to help you achieve maximum results. If you’re at a point in your firm where you’re wondering: “Okay, what’s the best step forward to grow?” Adi… Read more »

One, Powerful Law Can Double Your Employee Capacity

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employee capacity

We’re doing something a bit new here up in Pittsburgh for the new podcast this week! Our new book,  “Double Your Accounting Firm: Lessons Learned on How Top Firms Grow Faster, Build Stronger Teams and Increase Profit” was released on Amazon. And I’ve been getting emails like crazy about the value it’s provided. It’s a… Read more »

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

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retainers into 6-figure contracts

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 be… Read more »

How The Cloud Will Transform Your Workflow

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Cloud devices

This guest post is written by Jody Padar, the Author of “Radical CPA”, whose been featured in Accounting Today, Accounting Web, and customer of Jetpack Workflow Jobs, Tasks, and Calendar! Oh My! Using the cloud will totally rock your world. Cloud technology (and using it well) fundamentally changes the relationship and communication expectations with your… Read more »

What is Aero Workflow? Our Review

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In this post, we’ll walk through a high level review of Aero Workflow (https://www.aeroworkflow.com), which covers the core features, pricing, and information on the application. Aero workflow is a workflow management application for accounting firms, originally launched via it’s integration with MethodCRM, but then released as a standalone platform shortly thereafter. When evaluating any workflow… Read more »

How To Use Lean Six Sigma For Accounting

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lean six sigma

Dustin Hostetler, previously the Principal at Flowtivity and current Director of Lean Six Sigma Consulting at Boomer Consulting will show you how to increase productivity in your accounting firm. He’s been a lean six sigma black belt for over 13 years and continues to consult with firms like yours. In this episode of the Growing Your Firm… Read more »

1065 Tax Return Workflow Diagram

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1065 Workflow Diagram template

Building out a workflow diagram for your 1065 Tax Return (U.S. Return of Partnership Income) can be challenging. Which is why we wanted to go over some best practices when building out your workflow. Getting the team together The first step is to involve your team or colleagues in the discussion of putting together the… Read more »