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Top 12 Mistakes that Cause Cash Flow and Collection Problems

Top 12 Mistakes that Cause Cash Flow and Collection Problems
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April 3rd 2014 by Steven Gan

It would be wonderful if every customer simply paid his or her invoices upon receipt. Unfortunately, the reality is that in most businesses, it’s imperative to diligently monitor and collect … [Read More…]

 

Expand Your Knowledge and Grow Your Practice With Intuit® Academy!

Expand Your Knowledge and Grow Your Practice With Intuit<sup>®</sup> Academy!
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April 3rd 2014 by Christie Roehl

Intuit® Academy is a free training portal – take advantage of valuable resources, including live training, video tutorials, PDF documents and more. Gain the knowledge you need to boost your … [Read More…]

 

Network Your Way to the Top

Network Your Way to the Top
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April 2nd 2014 by Katherine Bunschoten

If not properly managed, networking can be a necessary evil, both feared and ignored by many accountants, or a way to over schedule yourself into feeling busy, without actually having … [Read More…]

 

Five Ways to Improve Word-of-Mouth Marketing Online

Five Ways to Improve Word-of-Mouth Marketing Online
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April 1st 2014 by Bryan Cytron

Achieving business acceleration through word-of-mouth is easier said that done. According to a new article on the Intuit Small Business Blog, word-of-mouth advertising is 10 times more effective than a … [Read More…]

 

Working With Clients Only Once a Year is Not Enough

Working With Clients Only Once a Year is Not Enough
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March 20th 2014 by Michael Di Lauro

If we’re talking winter blizzards, root canals or major car repairs, once a year is plenty. Even too much. But for other things—productive things, helpful things—once a year is nowhere … [Read More…]

 

Public Speaking Leads to Business Growth

Public Speaking Leads to Business Growth
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February 20th 2014 by Bryan Cytron

Public speech may seem daunting, but it can be a vital resource to growing your business. According to a new article on the Intuit Small Business Blog, sharing the knowledge … [Read More…]

 

How the ProAdvisor® Program Changed My Life

How the ProAdvisor<sup>®</sup> Program Changed My Life
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February 15th 2014 by Debbie McClanahan

What do I like about the QuickBooks® ProAdvisor Program? That’s easy! It changed my life completely! I did a 180. I still can’t believe how  my life has changed so … [Read More…]

 

How to Get New Clients During Tax Season

How to Get New Clients During Tax Season
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February 10th 2014 by Elaine Morgan

Probably the last thing on your mind during tax season is new client acquisition. If you’ve had to hire seasonal staff and are still working evenings and weekends, it may … [Read More…]

 

Infographic for Prospective Clients: When to Hire an Accountant

Infographic for Prospective Clients: When to Hire an Accountant
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February 3rd 2014 by Tammy Lam

Smart accounting professionals know that tax season is a great time to recruit new clients. Now, when you receive a referral or a hot lead, you’ll have some very valuable … [Read More…]

 

Build Your Success on a Solid Foundation

Build Your Success on a Solid Foundation
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January 27th 2014 by Dawn W. Brolin, CPA, MSA

Day by day there are new applications, new software and new developments in the world of technology. We are constantly being bombarded with having to learn and adapt to the … [Read More…]

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