I recently spent 5 weeks on the road for Intuit®, helping get fellow ProAdvisors certified in QuickBooks® Online. That’s my jam: I love to help fellow accounting professionals get better … [Read More…]Comments (0)
You wouldn’t think a bookkeeper would have to worry about giving bad news. After all, it’s not like we’re doctors saying, “I’m sorry sir, but you only have six months … [Read More…]Comments (0)
To answer or not to answer, that is the question.
Between email, Facebook and LinkedIn, I get between 50-100 questions from other ProAdvisors, bookkeepers and potential clients each week. The topics … [Read More…]
For six weeks this past summer, I had the great fortune of working closely with a group of QuickBooks ProAdvisors®. During this time, I discovered that, regardless of the length of … [Read More…]Comments (0)
Forget everything I’ve ever said about billing packages. That’s right – I said it.
For years, I’ve had standard bookkeeping packages and offered them to clients. But, in reality, I just … [Read More…]
Threepio and R2. Sam and Frodo. ByTor and the Snowdog. Great duos, am I right? (Well, maybe the Rush reference was stretching it. But, did you see Alex on that … [Read More…]Comments (0)
There’s been lots of talk lately about how we , as accounting professionals, are Super Heroes to our clients, and I’ve been a firm believer in this viewpoint for about … [Read More…]Comments (0)
Organizing assignments and meeting deadlines is important for many people, none more so than accountants. Whether you have a handful of clients or spreadsheets for days, things can get monotonous … [Read More…]Comments (0)
Ten years ago, I started my own business because I wanted the flexibility to work anywhere and control my schedule. My success and ability to maintain my flexible schedule comes … [Read More…]Comments (0)
Mark your calendars! On Wednesday, March 5 at 4:30 pm PT, Jill Ward, Intuit’s® general manager and senior vice president of the Accountant & Advisor Group, joins RadioFree QuickBooks for what … [Read More…]Comments (0) Older Posts »