As technology forges new paths for businesses and entrepreneurs, accounting professionals are looking to switch up their services and tap into a new way of working – and indeed in forging relationships that deliver for customers and providers alike.
One way to build relationships and foster trust is by providing advisory services; to offer a range of consulting services to clients who want to improve their business performance.
In an ever more complex business environment, the demand for advisory services is clear: out of 1000 SMB owners surveyed by The Sleeter Group, more than 62 percent said they would prefer or require their accountant to be a specialist in their industry.
Read our guide to help accounting professionals deliver the best for their clients and help them thrive in a diverse and changing environment.
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