- Recognise your ideal clients:
We spend prolonged hours on our clients that are not even profitable. Instead, these precious hours could be spent on clients that are more valuable as it is rightly said, “Time is Money”.
- Identify your ‘ideal client persona’ Consider their age, gender, occupation and family status.
- Spend less time with your existing clients who don’t fit in this profile without neglecting them completely.
- Get Professional Development:
Learning is a continuous process. There is no end to gaining knowledge as it is rightly said, “Knowledge is Power’. Due to changes in the government policies Accountants have to be updated at all times, so seek professional help. You can indulge in attending seminars on accounting related topics, opt for development classes hosted by professional bodies or accounting organisations. This gives you a chance to keep yourself updated with industry requirements.
- Automate Processes:
Automation saves time and helps in taking new clients. But choosing the right software to help you save time and increasing your accountancy practice is important. There are many options in the market, so take the time to compare and choose the best suitable option.
- Find New Talent:
Hire a team with good technical and advisory skills. Finding a team that can help build the business strong and staying the competition attracts new clients. New talent will help the tax and accounting practice ging.
- Work on our business:
Your Accounting practice is a business and just like any other business, this also needs an internal focus to grow your business. This can be done by reviewing your business strategy and planning for the future, developing a social media platform and others. You can offer new services to your clients by offering advisory services.