Business Advisory Services Introduction Product Package
11 Modules to assist a firm to prepare for the delivery of BAS
The ESS BIZTOOLS Business Advisory Services Introduction Training Modules provides accountants/advisers with a training package to introduce the team to a range of new business activities relative to non-compliance services.
About This Package
The training package will assist in the introduction of your team to business advisory services so as to assist you to:
become a business advisor to your SME clients
stay up to date with new business opportunities for accountants to offer to small/medium enterprise operators
reduce accountants/advisers research and preparation costs
build report and relationships with your SME clients
retain staff by offering “real accounting work”
increase revenue from “new revenue streams”
deliver product solutions for a wide range of SME concerns
The Business Advisory Services Introduction Training Module incorporates commentary on the following areas
Introduction to Business Advisory Services
Getting Organised for Business Advisory Services
SME Needs' Analysis
Review of Products
Planning Seminar to Launch Business Advisory Services
Selling Business Advisory Services
One-on-One Meeting with Client
Implementation of Business Advisory Services for your Clients
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Business Advisory Services Introduction Training Modules
Accountant's Minute 184:
It’s sad, but true.
Tax compliance work alone isn’t going to keep your practice running in the years to come.
Recent research amongst the Top 100...
Accountant's Minute 183 - Don't Keep Them In The Dark:
How often do you stay in contact with your SME clients?
Is it just once a year to remind them it’s tax time again, or maybe, every three months for their...
Accountant's Minute 182:
Have your clients, as part of their New Year resolutions, asked themselves…. “Am I getting everything I should be getting from my accountant?”...
Accountant's Minute 181:
When you hear of new, innovative ideas in the world of accounting, is your first reaction to say “Oh well, my clients wouldn’t be interested in that”?...