Are You Working Hard in Your Business, But Taking Home Less Than You’d Like?

Are You Working Hard in Your Business, But Taking Home Less Than You’d Like?

If you’re working hard at serving your clients’ bookkeeping needs, but taking home less than you would like, then you’re not alone. The market for bookkeeping services is limited by what clients will pay, and some areas are more competitive than others.

If you keep working hard without raising your rates, you will stay stuck at your current revenue level. The question is how to leverage the bookkeeping skills you already have into more highly-valued and higher-paying services that will benefit both you and your client.Beyond the Basics

The good news is the learning curve is shorter than you might think. There are several well-defined areas where small business clients need more guidance, and once you’ve designed services around these pain points, you’ve just given yourself some new revenue streams to pursue. 

However, we know you don’t have time yourself to design these services. That’s why Sandi Smith Leyva and I have teamed up again in a brand new webinar series called “Beyond the Basics: Four Highly Profitable, Ready-to-Go SMB Services for Your Accounting Practice.“ We took a good look at what you liked best about the Ultimate Accounting vCon and what you wanted more of, and this series is a direct result of your feedback. 

If you’re looking for new revenue streams with the shortest learning curve possible AND all the forms, checklists, and training you need to start offering them tomorrow, then check out our new mini-series right here:  http://accountingvcon.com/btb.html

Sandi and I are totally committed to helping you get outstanding results in your accounting business. We hope you’ll join us for Beyond the Basics: Four Highly Profitable, Ready-to-Go SMB Services for Your Accounting Practice.” It starts July 23, 2013, so don’t wait; reserve your spot today.

5 thoughts on “Are You Working Hard in Your Business, But Taking Home Less Than You’d Like?

  1. Julia Appleton

    Hello Michelle,

    I recently began my services and have a really promising client that I am likely to be forced to let go of. The time I have spent learning project management, studying for the EA and working myself in the ground to meet the constant “emergencies” of this client, has taught me a hard lesson in time and expectation management. Especially my own. I am thankful for those like you who give me great insight in to the real tools needed to be successful.

  2. Charlotte Rosato

    Hi Michelle,

    I recently completed a bookkeeping program and am starting my own BK business. I have one client so far and completed my 2012 QB certification. I have couple of questions for you.

    What does SMB mean?

    I’m also wondering if this Beyond the Basics Ready to Go SMB services is right for me. I noticed that you mentioned 2013 vCon and Accelerator although I don’t know what these programs are either.

    Thank you,
    Charlotte Rosato

    1. Michelle Long Post author

      @charlotte — SMB is Small – Mid Sized Business. The Accounting vCon was a virtual conference in May (www.accountingvcon.com) and Accountant’s Accelerator (www.accountantsaccelerator) is a program of Sandi Smith Leyva. Sandi and I both help accountants and bookkeepers enhance your skills and knowledge to help you with your clients & to grow your business. We deliver content that is useful & relevant along with practice resources (like forms, checklists, etc.).

Leave a Reply