When 30 days is worth 60 days

We make new practice development material available as part of our Fee Builder program on a monthly basis. We also offer firms that would like to try out the service a 30-day free trial period.

What do you get during your trial period?

During your 30-days trial period you will have access to any resources added during the month in which you sign up. So if you sign up 10th July 2020, you will have access to any material added from the beginning of July.

As we add new resources every month on the 1st of the month you would also, in the above example, have access to resources added 1 August 2020.

If you sign up for free trial before 31 July 2020

Sign up before the end July 2020, and you will be able to access the following:

July 2020

  • Resources to help clients unwind the furlough process
  • Client update – summer statement 8 July 2020
  • Client update – proposed tax changes announced 21 July 2020 (inc. rollout of MTD)

And to be made available from 1 August 2020

  • Resources to promote and support New Business Start-ups
  • Any further client alerts written during August 2020.

We cover all the risks…

To facilitate your access to the above we will set you up with a secure dashboard. When logged in you will be able to view and download material with no restrictions.

To achieve this we will treat you as a fully signed-up subscriber to Fee Builder for 30 days.

If before the end of the trial period you decide that Fee Builder is not for you, you can cancel at any time.

Take advantage of this offer before the end of the month

85% of firms that try out Fee Builder stay on as paying subscribers.

To access July and August resources simply complete the online order form. 

Bonus offer…

Bob Edwards, our founder/director, will also speak with new subscriber to discuss any development issue they want to explore. No extra charges for this call.

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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