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Here’s What Works on Re-Energizing for Accountants

Episode 84. In today’s practical episode, Martin Bissett on “Here’s What Works on Re-Energizing for Accountants.”

Key takeaways from this episode include:

⍟ the importance of evidence based tips for improvement on accounting firms based on what has actually worked

⍟ why NOW is the perfect time for accounting professionals and CPAs to be re-energizing

⍟ examples of what accounting firm leaders and owners might think re-energizes their practice but really doesn’t

⍟ 3 internal measures to help accountants and CPAs ensure that this year will be better than last year

⍟ why google searches for an accounting firm’s services rarely result in the interesting work and substantial fees they like

⍟ why there is a difference between being expensive and being valuable for accounting practitioners

⍟ the mindset that recognises that not all business is good business for accounting practices

⍟ how understanding what you are worth will re-energize your accounting firm and stop you taking low value work

⍟ the importance of average fee values in your accounting practice and how to set targets to raise them

⍟ the benefits for accountants of identifying your bottom or lowest value clients and the different criteria to help you do that

NOTE TO LISTENERS:

The Accounting Influencers Podcast is a daily show with four segments coming out every Monday Martin which are repeated on the other 4 weekdays as standalone episodes, plus a bitesize highlights digest or wrap up on Saturdays . On Sundays, listeners get a 2 min trailer for the coming week’s episodes.

Every Thursday the show gives you a practical ‘here’s what works’ tips concerning a key challenge, need or strategy for accountants, CPAs and bookkeepers. Great to stay current and keep your skills topped up.

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