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Why Scaling New Heights is a Must-Attend Conference

Why Scaling New Heights is a Must-Attend Conference
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February 4th 2016 by Joe Woodard

At Woodard Events, we are passionate about small business success, and we have been giving much thought to the needs of small business – the problem areas that cause businesses … [Read More…]

 

4 Tips for Best Customer Engagement

4 Tips for Best Customer Engagement
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February 2nd 2016 by Girish Shenoy

A lot of accountants put client service and ongoing engagement on the back burner. With mantras like “sell more” and “focus on growth” driving them, firms and businesses tend to … [Read More…]

 

Using QuickBooks® Online for the Service Industry: 6 Tips from Marnie Stretch, CPB

Using QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online for the Service Industry: 6 Tips from Marnie Stretch, CPB
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January 7th 2016 by Bryan Tritt

Say the word “accounting” and many business owners in the service industry cringe since that’s the last thing they want to handle. They want to focus on solving problems for … [Read More…]

 

Plans for 2016: Q&A With Firm of the Future Winner Chad Ridner

Plans for 2016: Q&A With Firm of the Future Winner Chad Ridner
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December 22nd 2015 by Scott Cytron

I recently sat down with Chad Ridner, entrepreneur and president of Two Roads, the 2015 Firm of the Future winner, to get to know more about him and his firm, … [Read More…]

 

How to Give Great Service and Win More Business

How to Give Great Service and Win More Business
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December 4th 2015 by M. Darren Root

I’m at the point in my life where I look to buy products and services based largely on the experience I receive. There was a time when going out to … [Read More…]

 

7 Value-Added Services to Expand Your Accounting Practice

7 Value-Added Services to Expand Your Accounting Practice
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November 13th 2015 by Edward Castano

As a trusted advisor, you have an opportunity to help your clients with much more than accounting and taxes. Clients often need assistance beyond these standard services.
According to a survey … [Read More…]

 

Using Twitter to Grow Your Practice

Using Twitter to Grow Your Practice
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November 12th 2015 by Barry MacQuarrie

How would you answer the question, “What is Twitter?” Most people would answer this question by talking about tweets, hashtags, retweets, followers and the 140-character limit. Their focus is clearly … [Read More…]

 

Best Practices: Firm of the Future Winners

Best Practices: Firm of the Future Winners
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November 6th 2015 by Bryan Cytron

We invited accounting firms across the country to showcase their forward thinking, future-ready business practices and tell us why they are a Firm of the Future.
Your response was overwhelming, and … [Read More…]

 

Top 5 Reasons Why an Accounting Professional Should Write a Blog Article

Top 5 Reasons Why an Accounting Professional Should Write a Blog Article
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October 20th 2015 by Zach Welch

It’s no secret we live in a digital age. While traditional advertising fades into decades past, we have seen many different avenues and mediums emerge. New mediums, such as social … [Read More…]

 

Drive Practice Growth With a “Google My Business” Profile

Drive Practice Growth With a “Google My Business” Profile
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October 9th 2015 by Jyothiprakash Trishuleshwar

Setting up a “Google My Business” profile is a great way to connect with new clients looking for accounting professionals on Google search, Maps or Google+. If you don’t already … [Read More…]

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