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Published on Feb 8, 2018
What if you could increase customer satisfaction, while also increasing your accounting services revenue and profits? What if you could accomplish both objectives without changing your existing workload or staff?
In this webinar, we walk you through the benefits of adding business filing services such as incorporation, LLC filings, registered agent services, and annual compliance management and filing to your existing accounting services. We show you how easy it is to accomplish these services and it won't increase your existing workload, staff, or overhead.
In this 45-minute presentation, we cover the following items to help you increase accounting services and profits:
- Benefits of adding business filings services such as incorporation, LLC filings, registered agent services and annual compliance management and filing to your existing accounting services - Why so many accountants and CPAs add compliance management to their existing service offering - Why it's a win/win for both you and your clients - Why your clients desperately need proactive compliance monitoring and reporting - How you can safely add this service while still keeping yourself in compliance - What short-term and long-term services you can offer - Examples of compliance revenue for CPAs and accountants - How you can add these services without increasing your existing workload, overhead, or staff
At the end of the webinar, there is Q&A session where Nellie responds to attendee questions.
As accounting professionals, you already have clients who are struggling with business formation and compliance paperwork. A recent survey reported that 33% of small businesses listed managing paperwork as a top accounting challenge. Some are struggling so much that they are falling out of corporate compliance with their secretary of state's office. They are simply forgetting about annual reports and other mandatory filing requirements. In doing so, they are putting their businesses at risk. Your clients need your expertise and they are already leaning on you for advice. It's time to turn that advice into recurring revenue!