Best practices for running your accounting practice by Steve McIntyre-SmithPublisher: Oakville, Canada MFA Group 2008Description: DVD [all zones] 1 hour, 50 mins.Subject(s): ACCOUNTING FIRMS | EMPLOYEES | CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS | PARTNERSHIPS | MARKETING | Accounting_Firms
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Six simple rules for growing your practice ; What do clients really want from you? ; Client meetings as a sales opportunity ; The true role of a partner ; Things to stop doing ; Finding and keeping good people for your firm ; Improving staff productivity ; Some great marketing ideas ; The new economy and what it means to you ; Great networking ideas to create a great impression with prospective clients ; Taking your firm from good to great ; Why the most profitable practitioners work fewer hours & make more money ; Getting rid of bad clients ; Is your web site doing you more harm than good? ; New services you can create and bundle for value billing rates ; The joy of Sox -how to generate a great new line of income ; Why clients change accountants - and how to avoid these mistakes
Presents a live recording of a seminar given in Canada in 2008 on best practices for running an accounting practice. Covers subjects such as: growing your practice, the true role of a partner, finding and retaining good staff, understanding what clients want from you, marketing, and improving productivity.