Communicating the Visual Value of Your Services to Your Clients

January 16, 2015
Dana Greenstein

The practice of tracking time in accounting firms has been the subject of endless discussion.

Tax and accounting professionals know that their skills and the importance of the work they do for clients justify their fees. But clients frequently struggle to understand the charges on their accountant’s billings because they fail to grasp the true value of the services provided.

So how can they better demonstrate their value to clients?  Read more as Will Hill explores this topic in the  Accounting Today.


Dana Greenstein
Public Relations Manager
Tel: +1 212 337 4129

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