26 Bonus Benefits Clients Need to Know

Businesspeople having a meeting over coffee sitting together at a table discussing a document, young man and two middle-aged women presentAre you letting your clients know all the value-added ways you can make their business lives better?

By Ed Mendlowitz
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Here are some value-added benefits to consider when performing obligatory services such as an audit or tax return, or any work for a client.

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This is not – cannot be – a complete list, but you can use this to help think about the benefits and value you bring to the client on every project or assignment you do for them. Have a look, and let me know in comments what you think. What would you add to the list? What would you eliminate?