I often am surprised to hear of how many freelance bookkeepers still go to their clients' offices to do the bookkeeping. It's somewhat common for a bookkeeping business to do this, even in this mobile society in which we now find ourselves.
I think that's reason for concern.
Do you have clients you serveÂ on site, but want to switch them to a virtual or remote method of service? Have you been trying to figure out just how to do that?
That's what this video article is all about. In less than 10 minutes you'll see the threeÂ primary ways you can work with clients from your own office, or even on the go. We'll also cover a tip for how you can add some premium level services to your bookkeeping business offering for those clients who may be resisting technological advances altogether. (Yeah, we all have at least a few of those.)
The challenges surrounding working virtually are shifting and I believe we're going to see that accelerate significantly in the coming year. SoÂ if you're not already leveraging technology in your freelance bookkeeping business, right now is the perfect time to get up to speed and make your plans to prosper instead of falling too far behind.
I do believe big changes in our profession are literally around the corner.
So what about you? What upgrades to your ways of working with clients in your bookkeeping business do you have planned for the New Year?