This book is about owners of Accounting firms working less and making more. Creating wealth through your Accounting firm. Becoming your version of “The Wealthy Accountant”. As a Partner / Owner / Shareholder of an Accounting business you should be making at least $1M profit per Partner (after tax) per year while working less than 500 client hours. The methods in this book share a more modern approach about building a different style of Accounting business.
As you implement the ideas you will be adding tremendous value to your clients and building an amazing Accounting business for yourself. A business that is Fulfilling, Fun and Fruitful. The 3 F’s of a successful Accounting business. As well as creating real wealth for you and your family. The strategies in the book have all been implemented by an Accounting firm somewhere. The stories are all real. And everything works.
The book follows a flow of FIX, MINIMIZE, SCALE and LEAD. How to FIX day to day operations so you can free up cashflow and become more profitable. How to MINIMIZE time dramatically so you are more efficient and create capacity. How to SCALE your business to whatever size you want. How to LEAD your team and your firm so that all of your goals are achieved.
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Since 1994, Rob Nixon, CEO and co-founder of PANALITIX, has coached and taught accountants how to run profitable and efficient firms. He is an entrepreneur who has been running successful businesses since 1986. His latest innovation, PANALITIX, is cloud software which enables accountants’ to offer real time business advisory services their clients.
An industry thought-leader, whose speaking engagements have taken him around the world, Rob sets the benchmark for change for accountants failing to adapt to a changing industry. More than 150,000 have heard him speak and 16,000 accountants have used Rob’s training products including his revolutionary coaching model called coachingclub™ or his DVD workshop modules.
In 2011, Rob published his first book “Accounting Practices Don’t Add Up!”, an insightful yet practical guide for firms to move beyond the limitations of the traditional ‘practice’ model. Since then, the explosion of cloud computing and its impact on the accounting industry is the impetus for Rob’s latest book “Remaining Relevant”. It’s all about the future of the accounting profession.
“Remaining Relevant” is practical and practiced advice for accountants to remain relevant in a ‘disrupted’ industry and has been described as “the most important business book that you will read in 2015.” Anthony S Bongiorno, The Bongiorno Group.
Rob’s 20+ year’s industry experience makes for essential reading in this manual for an accountant’s success.