The lesson: Even the best can make mistakes; talk it with peers…
Becoming a ‘trusted advisor.’ By Sandi Smith Leyva The Accountant’s Accelerator Here’s a question: What portion of your revenues are derived from compliance work – e.g., tax preparation and IRS representation; bookkeeping; QuickBooks setup, cleanup and training; payroll; and audit … Continued
Are you charging too little? Do you have the right clients…?
“I have had a client for 12 years and until recently he has been a pleasure…”
By Sandi Smith Leyva The Accountant’s Accelerator How you welcome your new client can set the tone for a relationship that could last for years or in the worst of cases, just days. Start out on the right foot by … Continued
Ed Mendlowitz explains how good communication habits can head off problems…
Not the normal grade of obnoxious, but far more so…
New trends emerge in net profit margins and accounts receivable.
Plus five more clauses you might want to consider. By Ed Mendlowitz 101 Questions and Answers QUESTION: You state on the bottom of your invoice that you charge 1.5% for balances over 60 days. Do you actually implement that or … Continued
Study shows CFOs’ key interests and topics for conversation.
By Ed Mendlowitz 101 Questions and Answers for Managing an Accounting Practice QUESTION: A former client wrote me a letter threatening to sue me for bad services. I did nothing wrong and actually did a great job and they still … Continued