How should you price your bookkeeping services?
The first thing to consider is, what exactly do you bring to the table? How many years’ experience do you have? What kind of education do you have?
Remember to 𝐩𝐫𝐢𝐜𝐞 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐯𝐚𝐥𝐮𝐞 and don’t underestimate yourself. You are more valuable than you may give yourself credit for.
Do you want to offer a flat rate/package deal or an hourly rate?
Keep in mind that flat rates allow you to plan for income. This allows you to know what you are going to make every month and helps you and your client budget accordingly. Whereas an hourly rate allow for more flexibility based on the project and work entailed. Only you will know what is best to offer your clients.
It’s OK to ask! Feel free to find out what other bookkeepers are charging. If you are just starting out on your own, bid lower. As you gain more experience, education you will become more comfortable and...
You might be wondering how do I grow my bookkeeping business today?
Let’s think outside the box and consider the world we are living in at this moment. How is this going to affect your clients and your business?
Are you living in 𝗙.𝗘.𝗔.𝗥 (𝐅orgeting 𝐄verything 𝐀nd 𝐑uning) or are you embracing fear F.E.A.R. by
𝐅acing 𝐄verything 𝐀nd 𝐑𝐢𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠?
It’s time to get creative-take advantage of the time you have. Be resourceful. You can still have connections with your clients. We live in a world today where we make lemons out of lemonade.
Technology was made for this. Zoom is amazing as are Skype, Slack and FaceTime. Zoom offers 40 minutes for free, and facetime is endless. Use the tools you have at your fingertips.
Have a phone conversation instead of email. Make those connections. We always say we don’t have time to be stuck on the phone, so we just send an email or text. In today’s current environment, we need to talk to each...