Providing advisory services has been an important talking point in the accounting community for a while now. However, many accountants are still unsure of which path to take when making changes to their firm while some accountants even question why they should provide additional services when their core products—accounting, audit, and tax—have proved so successful for so many years.
But there can be no mistake. Moving to advisory services will benefit your firm and your clients. To help frame a story around why this is the case, this whitepaper provides seven questions you can answer that will help you kickstart the process of adding advisory services to your firm.
93% of small businesses value accountants as their source of business advice, so the opportunity is out there. Don’t ignore the potential that providing advisory services can bring to your firm by continuing to only provide basic offerings. By growing your advisory services, you can tap into the potential for more profit for you and your firm and higher satisfaction from your clients.