Accountants: Where Should You Start?
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When it comes to marketing for your accountancy firm, going to one of your clients – who is a website designer, a graphic designer, a consultant, a videographer – can seem like the best solution ever. You already do their accounts – or perhaps they’re not a client yet, but they’re about to be! So a service swap is the perfect solution. You get the benefit of high quality marketing support or advice, and you don’t have to pay a.... Read More.
There’s no escaping the fact that taxation is a big part of accounting. Helping your small business clients to understand the impact of tax on their finances – and most importantly, how much they have to pay, and when – is something that’s a vital part of your advisory service. And that means that there will be occasions where you have to talk or write about tax. But, as any business owner will tell you, they often find the details.... Read More.
I really don’t feel like writing this marketing tip today. Actually, I’m writing this a few days before Friday, when it will drop into your inbox. But I’ve hit one of those days where brilliant ideas are fleeing from me, rather than pouring in like a flood, and I’d like to just skip it this week. The problem is, I’ve learned that skipping one week will only lead to the same thing next week, and then another. Rather like doing.... Read More.
Your clients are becoming vaguely aware of something called auto enrolment. Unfortunately, for most accountants, ‘vaguely aware’ may also represent your own understanding of the new regulations and how you will present them to your clients. Perhaps your conversations go something like this: Client: “I saw something the other day about something called auto enrolment… what do I need to do?” You: “Oh, yes, it’s a pensions thing, there are a lot of regulations. It’s very complicated.” Client: “And it’s.... Read More.