Have you assessed your clients’ needs, or just provided what they asked for?
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Rainmaker alert! The cloudy skies of 2020 show a good chance of precipitation.
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But praying for rain isn’t going to work. Neither will a rain dance. The most effective action is often simply a matter of asking and offering.
A new survey of small and midsized businesses and their CPA firms finds that clients are generally willing to pay 50 percent or more for additional accounting-related advisory services … but only if their accounting firm offers them.