Do you charge too little for your services?
During the early days of your accounting business, you need clients. So, you offer low rates to get work.
But, as your accounting firm grows, you hesitate raising your prices.
Because of that, your prices don’t reflect your value. And, legacy clients remain at their original rates.
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Finally stopped invoicing clients
Like many accounting professionals, Andrea Anthony, owner of Changing Tides CPA, is highly devoted to her clients. But, the billing part worried her. She stressed about sending them too high of an invoice.
Because her rates didn’t reflect her value:
▶️She lowered her invoices to avoid the stress.
▶️Legacy clients of 27 years still paid her original rate.
▶️She put the thought of raising rates out of her mind to reduce stress.
Something needed to be done, but she didn’t know how to handle it.
The pricing decision
Finally, she needed to push through with this. And discovered how to raise her rates.
Here’s what she’s accomplished in less than 3 months:
✅ Packaged her services.
✅ Stopped invoicing clients because she’s now paid upfront.
✅ All her clients are now up to her new rates – even the 27-year legacy clients.
✅Increased revenue by $40,000 in two months – without working additional hours.
The bottom line
Andrea knew what she wanted. A system that she could follow was exactly what she needed. By following the exact steps of the Raise Your Rates Formula, her prices now reflect her value and she stopped invoicing clients.
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Listen to her interview to discover the exact steps you can take to raise your rates and remove the invoicing hassles.