Time-consuming tasks – like chasing down source documents and data entry – are being completed quicker and quicker thanks to cloud accounting apps and automation.
Now, accountants and bookkeepers are able to provide increased levels of value in the form of financial and business advice. So, it’s time to separate time from revenue, move away from hourly billing, assign a $ amount to the value that you provide and introduce a fixed monthly billing structure.
To help accountants and bookkeepers make the transition from hourly billing to fixed fee pricing
, we teamed up with Practice Ignition and QuickBooks for an on-demand webinar to outline all of the steps required to prepare, build and implement a fixed fee pricing model.
The cloud accounting/bookkeeping business model
How to bundle recurring and nonrecurring services
Determining a time/cost baseline of each service + pricing
How to have the “value” conversation with clients before and during implementation
The scale and profitability that fixed fees open up for your practice
Our fixed fee webinar is based on the experience and expertise of Guy Pearson, CEO + founder of Practice Ignition. In 2010, Guy self-funded and bootstrapped Interactive Accounting, a pioneer of Australian cloud accounting. The firm was 100% cloud-based from day one, and Guy adopted a fixed fee pricing model after researching startup software companies.
It's a must-watch for accountants and bookkeepers that are ready to leave hourly billing behind.