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Want the learning and excitement of an accounting conference, but not the bills and travel?

Are you feeling a little left out not being able to attend one of the many accounting conferences this year because of their costly price tags, not to mention the air and hotel bills that can run into the thousands of $$? If so, we’d love to invite you to the Ultimate Accounting vCon on July … Continue Reading ››

Profit secrets for your practice, huge competitive advantage, have we got your attention?

If you’re in search of tips and techniques to help you make more money in your accounting practice, stay on top of new and ever-changing technology, and get a huge competitive advantage in the marketplace, then you’ll want to be at the Event of the Year! Sandi Smith Leyva and I are revealing all sorts of … Continue Reading ››

Award Winning Ultimate Accounting vCon — Early Bird Rate Ends Tomorrow

Just a quick reminder that tomorrow (Feb. 15) is the deadline for the early bird rate for the award winning Ultimate Accounting vCon, hosted by two popular accounting industry thought leaders, Michelle Long and Sandi Smith Leyva.  If you haven’t already registered, then now’s the time to lock in your discounted rate. Accounting virtual conference Continue Reading ››

A Deep Dive into the New Intuit Rate Survey for Accounting Professionals — Includes Results for Canada, UK and Australia

Billing rates are important whether you are just starting your own CPA, accounting or bookkeeping firm or have been in business for years.  If your rates are too low, then you’re leaving money on the table and it can be difficult to increase rates later.   If you set … Continue Reading ››

Changes in Average Billing Rates and Average Rates for QuickBooks ProAdvisors

Whether you are a CPA, accountant, bookkeeper, QuickBooks ProAdvisor or a consultant, you should continually monitor and adjust/increase your billing rates on a regular basis. Hopefully, you continue to get more experience, expertise and knowledge making you more valuable to your clients. Plus, employees typically get a raise each year – and so should you!  … Continue Reading ››