In most accounting practices, getting paid promptly is an ongoing hassle and badgering existing clients for past due bills is what we all hate to do.
Rather than accepting this, learn what proactive steps you should be taking and what tools savvy accounting firms are using to process payments quicker, less expensively and have more control over accounts receivable. A 10 step practical guide to getting paid faster will be presented.
This will be especially valuable considering tax season and other looming deadlines throughout the year. This webinar will be instructed by a practicing accountant, Allan Ratafia. Learn what changes Allan has made in his accounting practice to improve cash flow and why he is so excited about this content and the payment processing tool called BizPayO.
At the end of this session, there will be a demonstration of BizPayO, developed specifically for ease and low cost of getting paid.
Methods to get paid faster and less expensively
Ways to gain total control over your accounts receivable, and reduce its balance
Top 10 practical tips to improve the way you are getting paid
Allan is a Price Waterhouse & Co. alum. In 1993, he started his own accounting firm, Ratafia & Co., CPAs, PC. In the late 1990’s, Allan developed a unique marketing and practice management system to efficiently manage the work flow so he could keep his staffing needs to a minimum and realize higher hourly fees. In 2003, Allan co-founded Build Your Firm. Allan’s practice development system enabled him to build his own practice into a highly successful firm with hundreds of clients. The net result is that his practice runs efficiently (generates more than $300k in fees per full-time staff), they never work nights or weekends, and operates with profit margins more than twice the industry standard (higher than 70%). Today, Allan oversees his accounting practice, teaches his practice development system to thousands of accountants each year, plays softball and football recreationally, enjoys skiing in Vermont and takes several weeks of vacation each year.