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How to build a future-proof practice from day one

19th Dec 2022
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So, you’ve taken the plunge and set up your own accountancy practice. While it may be challenging at times, it’s also an incredibly exciting new chapter. It might currently be running from your kitchen table, but you most likely have an idea of the sort of firm you want to run over the long term, and a task list of everything that needs to get done. 

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One of the most important things to take note of is how to implement a strong foundation from the get-go. Your practice must be scalable and sturdy to adapt to ever-changing legislation. This starts with your internal processes – what technologies will you use to adopt efficient workflows that have a positive effect on your clients? 

In our experience, successful firms start implementing and optimising smart tech early on, automating much of their manual work to keep those unbillable hours to a minimum. 

Dive into it in our latest guide, with insights from ACCA, ICAEW and a few of our own accountant entrepreneurs. We discuss what strategies and technologies you can start using now, so you can free up your time to focus where it really matters – like growing your new practice efficiently and winning new clients. 

We also cover: 

  • Creating a business plan 
  • Starting as you mean to go on 
  • Preparing for pinch-points throughout the year 
  • Attracting the right clients 
  • Keeping track of what needs doing 
  • Delivering high quality client service to a growing client base 
  • Utilising practice management software in your future-proof practice 

To read the full guide, click here

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