Even though working remotely as your own boss is the dream of many bookkeepers and accountants, it’s too easy to find yourself struggling to make ends meet, hunting down payment from clients, and settling for any client who throws work at you. Getting started and then maintaining momentum is tough, making you feel like you have to pay your dues before you can establish a solid practice. You may have even been trying to run a remote bookkeeping or accounting firm for some time now, without pulling the income you know you deserve, and can’t figure out what’s going wrong.
The good news is that you don’t have to necessarily “pay your dues.” You just have to know which mistakes to avoid. Once you know what not to do, you can jump in and build (or expand) your practice more quickly.
This will show bookkeepers, accountants, and business owners the MINIMUM value a CFO must deliver.