Fee Builder Program 2020
Add significant value to what you already do by increasing the range of existing services and by adding new income streams...
Two months' content in first month
If you sign up to our Fee Builder program at any time after the first day of each month we will provide access to the current month's material plus any new material added at the beginning of the following month as part of your first month's subscription.
WHAT IS THE FEE BUILDER PROGRAM?
Fee Builder provides UK accountancy practitioners with exclusive access to ideas, resources and strategies to maintain and develop the value and range of services offered to clients. For example, in July 2020 this was focused on providing subscribers with ideas and resources to help employers consider their options as the furlough scheme unwinds.
We have added two new features:
- A 10-Minute Task - each month we will set a simple 10 minute task to demonstrate that you can take small steps to implement the benefits of our strategies. For July, the task is to make one phone call.
- Quarterly call with Bob Edwards - Bob is offering to speak with each subscriber on any practice development matter once a quarter. This could be related to Fee Builder implementation or any other issue practitioners may want to discuss.
In the past three months we have covered the following topics
Ready for HMRC challenges?
Use October's resources to provide clients with a COVID grants compliance check. Don't wait for the brown envelopes before documenting eligibility and other required documentation.
Grants available (in England)
Tools and strategies to provide support to business clients located in England who need your advice, but may not have the funds to pay for it. Grants now available to cover your fees.
Tools and strategies to provide support to new business start-ups as newly redundant employed persons seek alternatives by running their own business.
- Support clients through the COVID-19 disruption
- Increase the range and relevance of services
- Add new recurring income streams to your practice
- Impress clients and prospects with the range and value of your expanding services
- Distinguish your practice from your competitors
- No long-term lock-ins - subscription is a straight-forward £55 per month plus VAT
- First month's fee provides access to two months' content
- Client Alerts included in your subscription - any client alerts published after you subscribe to Fee Builder will be provided - no extra charge
- Strategic outlines - relevant fee development and client support ideas.
- A 10-Minute Task - a simple task that will demonstrate the value and ease of implementation.
- Detailed implementation to-do lists - setting out the steps you will need to take to sell the Fee Builder strategy to your clients and prospects.
- All the documentation you will need - your monthly Fee Builder pack will include all the documents referred to in the Implementation to-do list.
- A quarterly support call with Bob Edwards
Hands-on support available
We have created an archive of all our published Fee Builder strategies.
Subscribers can acquire back copies for a one-off fee of £55 plus VAT per pack.
PLEASE NOTE PURCHASES FROM THE LIBRARY ARE RESTRICTED TO FEE BUILDER SUBSCRIBERS
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