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Now, more than ever, accounting firm owners feel the pressure, stress, and burden of working in a high volume, low profit, and outdated business model. In this webinar, Matt Solomon, CEO of the Center for Enlightened Business, shares his insights from studying the most profitable small- to medium-sized accounting firms. He unveils the exact process these practices use to gain high profit, $3,000 to $15,000 monthly clients, while reducing time and becoming more profitable. In this webinar, you’ll learn the 5 shifts you can take to earn significantly more in less time. Participants will also hear real-life examples of accounting firm owners who’ve made extraordinary changes through this simple process.
This webinar is perfect for accounting firm owners who are ready to learn the exact process the top 1% of profitable small to medium firms use to become more profitable, create more free time, and do more enjoyable and rewarding work with their ideal clients.
Matt Solomon, is the CEP for the center for Enlightened Business. His company provides a system and support for the small- to medium-sized accounting firm to price, sell, and deliver high profit work.
We’ve helped over 10,000 accountants grow revenue, increase profitability, and get their time back by adding tens of millions of dollars of new, leveraged business to their bottom line.
I’m a weekly contributing author in CPA Trendlines, member of CPA consultants alliance, speaker on stages for Quickbooks and Intuit and training for fortune 500 companies.
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