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5 Invoice Tricks to Getting Paid On Time

5 Invoice Tricks to Getting Paid On Time
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February 17th 2015 by Diana Mackie

Using psychology and design principles, the wording, layout and color of your invoices can be tweaked to subtly encourage on-time payment. Here are 5 of the latest best practices for … [Read More…]

 

The 7 Most Effective Ways To Gather Client Feedback (to Grow Your Business)

The 7 Most Effective Ways To Gather Client Feedback (to Grow Your Business)
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February 12th 2015 by Diana Mackie

As a busy business owner, it’s important to collect client/customer feedback effectively so that you get quality results and make the best use of your time. You can use these … [Read More…]

 

How I Moved my Clients to QuickBooks® Online

How I Moved my Clients to QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online
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February 11th 2015 by Jan Haugo

Cloud, Cloud, Cloud. The term is floating around in every article we read and being stated from every corner in our industry. At first, it was a whisper, but has … [Read More…]

 

Customer Spotlight: Kevin Wenig

Customer Spotlight: Kevin Wenig
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January 28th 2015 by Scott Cytron

Meet Kevin Wenig, CPA, owner of his own firm in Trumbull, Connecticut. Kevin is an Intuit® Tax Online user who definitely thinks outside the box. His website even says, “We … [Read More…]

 

Tech-Savvy Service Companies Going Mobile with Intuit® Field Service Management

Tech-Savvy Service Companies Going Mobile with Intuit<sup>®</sup> Field Service Management
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January 22nd 2015 by Cheryl McElrath

Many companies and their technicians in the service industry are quickly embracing mobile technology solutions. Computing everywhere, more specifically mobility, was ranked by Gartner and Forbes magazine as the #1 … [Read More…]

 

David Bergstein’s Accounting Profession Predictions for 2015

David Bergstein’s Accounting Profession Predictions for 2015
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January 5th 2015 by David Bergstein

The accounting industry is continually expanding and changing, and it’s important that you and your firm not only adapt to these realities, but also take advantage of the potential opportunities. … [Read More…]

 

Are You Growing Your Practice … in the Wrong Direction?

Are You Growing Your Practice … in the Wrong Direction?
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December 22nd 2014 by Joel Hodges

In the first year Kevin Simpson started his company, CPA Web Books, LLC, he brought in $30,000 in business. That was 2006. Today, in 2014, he expects to reach $240,000. … [Read More…]

 

Year-Round Business Planning Ensures a Stronger Client Bond

Year-Round Business Planning Ensures a Stronger Client Bond
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December 18th 2014 by Joel Hodges

Building strong client relationships through regular communication is an important part of providing the best client service. It’s also important to the success of your tax accounting business.
Businesses and individuals … [Read More…]

 

When Should You Fire a Tax Client?

When Should You Fire a Tax Client?
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December 16th 2014 by Joel Hodges

Being forced to let go of a client is something no business owner wants to face. In that situation, the adage, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of … [Read More…]

 

Niche Focus on Franchise Accounting = 20% Annual Growth

Niche Focus on Franchise Accounting =  20% Annual Growth
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December 15th 2014 by Hugh Duffy

When Navjeet Chahal started Chahal & Associates in 2003, he was optimistic for success, but even he couldn’t predict the kind of success some firms only dream about. Since its … [Read More…]

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