What is Fee Builder?

Message from Landmark’s founder Bob Edwards FCCA:

As a practitioner with more time at the coal-face than I can believe, I can pretty much guarantee that COVID disruption has turned the screw on your ability find enough hours in the day to cope with client and staff demands. Which begs the question, while you are throwing fuel on the fire to keep your practice running, who is cutting more firewood?

For the last 15 years I have spent an increasing amount of my time supporting smaller practices by providing “firewood”: ideas, resources and easy to follow instructions to keep firms ahead of their competitors. Fee Builder is Landmark’s wood store. And you can tap into its resources by joining as a subscriber. For an affordable monthly fee you will be able to access the material that Fee Builder adds to your dashboard each month.

While you concentrate on serving your clients and supporting your staff we will provide you with the icing on the cake: new strategies, draft emails, fact sheets and easy to follow instructions to expand client services and make the most of current opportunities.

We are confident you will find inspiration to add fees to your practice income and increase the range of services you can offer clients. There are no long term lock-ins. Bob Edwards, October 2020.

Join Fee Builder here

The best way to learn to swim is to be in the pool. Give Fee Builder a try. Jump in. 

90-day Money Back Guarantee

We are confident that if you actively participate in the processes we suggest you should see benefits for clients and additional fees as a direct result. If you do not, and you can demonstrate that you have followed our guidelines and had no positive results, we will give you your money back. This guarantee applies for the first 90 days after you join the Fee Builder program.

Bob Edwards

Bob has been working with practices across the UK offering novel ways to improve cross-sales and increase new client acquisitions. He is also interested in "step changes" in legislation that offer challenges, and therefore opportunities, for practitioners to provide new recurring and one-off support services to clients.

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