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Discover the essential steps for CPAs to implement a successful cash flow management service. This presentation equips accounting professionals with the knowledge and tools to enhance their practice, deepen client relationships, and increase revenue through effective cash flow management.

Key Learning Points:

  • Identifying Top Clients: Learn how to select the clients who will most benefit from cash flow management services.
  • Soft Launch Techniques: Master the art of introducing new services to clients in a way that is both engaging and effective.
  • In-Depth Financial Reviews: Understand the importance of detailed financial analysis to provide tailored advice for each client.
  • Creating Personalized Plans: Develop strategies to create custom cash flow plans that cater to the unique needs of each client.
  • Building Strong Client Relationships: Gain insights into fostering long-lasting client relationships through consistent and value-driven communication.

What You Will Gain:

  • In-depth understanding of implementing and managing cash flow services.
  • Strategies for improving client engagement and satisfaction.
  • Knowledge on how to expand your service offerings and grow your practice.

Who Should Attend:

This presentation on effective cash flow management is ideal for CPAs and accounting professionals in public practice, especially those looking to expand their services, build stronger client relationships, and increase their practice’s profitability.

Implementing an Effective Cash Flow Management Service (Video) (2 Hrs)

Welcome to my presentation. Today, we will delve into a vital topic: why CPAs should, or rather, must offer cash flow management services. It's not just about offering these services; it's crucial to engage in conversations with your clients about their business cash flow.

The Current Crisis in Business

I believe we are currently facing an unprecedented crisis in the business world. The core of this crisis is simple: many accountants feel uncomfortable discussing cash flow and cash flow management with their clients. As a result, the focus often shifts to discussing last year's results, which I argue is a concerning state of affairs. While accountants are undoubtedly busy, it's essential to acknowledge the alarming rate at which small businesses fail. Consider this: 80% of small businesses do not survive the first five years and of those, another 80% fail in the following five years. It's rare to encounter a business that's over 10 years old. Doing the math, this equates to only about 4% of businesses succeeding and thriving beyond a decade. This statistic underscores a moral obligation for accountants to aid their clients effectively.

The Benefit for Accountants

On the upside, accountants who actively assist their clients with business cash flow management services are not only appreciated but also rewarded by their clients. Today's focus will be on the 'why' of offering cash flow services. The 'how' will be addressed in our upcoming series. Our goal is to keep the information simple and accessible.

So, that's our agenda for today, and I'm excited to dive in with you all.

Why Offer Cash Flow Management Services (Video) (2 Hrs)
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Discover the essential steps for CPAs to implement a successful cash flow management service. This presentation equips accounting professionals with the knowledge and tools to enhance their practice, deepen client relationships, and increase revenue through effective cash flow management.

Key Learning Points:

  • Identifying Top Clients: Learn how to select the clients who will most benefit from cash flow management services.
  • Soft Launch Techniques: Master the art of introducing new services to clients in a way that is both engaging and effective.
  • In-Depth Financial Reviews: Understand the importance of detailed financial analysis to provide tailored advice for each client.
  • Creating Personalized Plans: Develop strategies to create custom cash flow plans that cater to the unique needs of each client.
  • Building Strong Client Relationships: Gain insights into fostering long-lasting client relationships through consistent and value-driven communication.

What You Will Gain:

  • In-depth understanding of implementing and managing cash flow services.
  • Strategies for improving client engagement and satisfaction.
  • Knowledge on how to expand your service offerings and grow your practice.

Who Should Attend:

This presentation on effective cash flow management is ideal for CPAs and accounting professionals in public practice, especially those looking to expand their services, build stronger client relationships, and increase their practice’s profitability.

Implementing an Effective Cash Flow Management Service (Video) (2 Hrs)

Welcome to my presentation. Today, we will delve into a vital topic: why CPAs should, or rather, must offer cash flow management services. It's not just about offering these services; it's crucial to engage in conversations with your clients about their business cash flow.

The Current Crisis in Business

I believe we are currently facing an unprecedented crisis in the business world. The core of this crisis is simple: many accountants feel uncomfortable discussing cash flow and cash flow management with their clients. As a result, the focus often shifts to discussing last year's results, which I argue is a concerning state of affairs. While accountants are undoubtedly busy, it's essential to acknowledge the alarming rate at which small businesses fail. Consider this: 80% of small businesses do not survive the first five years and of those, another 80% fail in the following five years. It's rare to encounter a business that's over 10 years old. Doing the math, this equates to only about 4% of businesses succeeding and thriving beyond a decade. This statistic underscores a moral obligation for accountants to aid their clients effectively.

The Benefit for Accountants

On the upside, accountants who actively assist their clients with business cash flow management services are not only appreciated but also rewarded by their clients. Today's focus will be on the 'why' of offering cash flow services. The 'how' will be addressed in our upcoming series. Our goal is to keep the information simple and accessible.

So, that's our agenda for today, and I'm excited to dive in with you all.

Why Offer Cash Flow Management Services (Video) (2 Hrs)
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Discover the essential steps for CPAs to implement a successful cash flow management service. This presentation equips accounting professionals with the knowledge and tools to enhance their practice, deepen client relationships, and increase revenue through effective cash flow management.

Key Learning Points:

  • Identifying Top Clients: Learn how to select the clients who will most benefit from cash flow management services.
  • Soft Launch Techniques: Master the art of introducing new services to clients in a way that is both engaging and effective.
  • In-Depth Financial Reviews: Understand the importance of detailed financial analysis to provide tailored advice for each client.
  • Creating Personalized Plans: Develop strategies to create custom cash flow plans that cater to the unique needs of each client.
  • Building Strong Client Relationships: Gain insights into fostering long-lasting client relationships through consistent and value-driven communication.

What You Will Gain:

  • In-depth understanding of implementing and managing cash flow services.
  • Strategies for improving client engagement and satisfaction.
  • Knowledge on how to expand your service offerings and grow your practice.

Who Should Attend:

This presentation on effective cash flow management is ideal for CPAs and accounting professionals in public practice, especially those looking to expand their services, build stronger client relationships, and increase their practice’s profitability.

Implementing an Effective Cash Flow Management Service (Video) (2 Hrs)

Welcome to my presentation. Today, we will delve into a vital topic: why CPAs should, or rather, must offer cash flow management services. It's not just about offering these services; it's crucial to engage in conversations with your clients about their business cash flow.

The Current Crisis in Business

I believe we are currently facing an unprecedented crisis in the business world. The core of this crisis is simple: many accountants feel uncomfortable discussing cash flow and cash flow management with their clients. As a result, the focus often shifts to discussing last year's results, which I argue is a concerning state of affairs. While accountants are undoubtedly busy, it's essential to acknowledge the alarming rate at which small businesses fail. Consider this: 80% of small businesses do not survive the first five years and of those, another 80% fail in the following five years. It's rare to encounter a business that's over 10 years old. Doing the math, this equates to only about 4% of businesses succeeding and thriving beyond a decade. This statistic underscores a moral obligation for accountants to aid their clients effectively.

The Benefit for Accountants

On the upside, accountants who actively assist their clients with business cash flow management services are not only appreciated but also rewarded by their clients. Today's focus will be on the 'why' of offering cash flow services. The 'how' will be addressed in our upcoming series. Our goal is to keep the information simple and accessible.

So, that's our agenda for today, and I'm excited to dive in with you all.

Why Offer Cash Flow Management Services (Video) (2 Hrs)
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Discover the essential steps for CPAs to implement a successful cash flow management service. This presentation equips accounting professionals with the knowledge and tools to enhance their practice, deepen client relationships, and increase revenue through effective cash flow management.

Key Learning Points:

  • Identifying Top Clients: Learn how to select the clients who will most benefit from cash flow management services.
  • Soft Launch Techniques: Master the art of introducing new services to clients in a way that is both engaging and effective.
  • In-Depth Financial Reviews: Understand the importance of detailed financial analysis to provide tailored advice for each client.
  • Creating Personalized Plans: Develop strategies to create custom cash flow plans that cater to the unique needs of each client.
  • Building Strong Client Relationships: Gain insights into fostering long-lasting client relationships through consistent and value-driven communication.

What You Will Gain:

  • In-depth understanding of implementing and managing cash flow services.
  • Strategies for improving client engagement and satisfaction.
  • Knowledge on how to expand your service offerings and grow your practice.

Who Should Attend:

This presentation on effective cash flow management is ideal for CPAs and accounting professionals in public practice, especially those looking to expand their services, build stronger client relationships, and increase their practice’s profitability.

Implementing an Effective Cash Flow Management Service (Video) (2 Hrs)

Welcome to my presentation. Today, we will delve into a vital topic: why CPAs should, or rather, must offer cash flow management services. It's not just about offering these services; it's crucial to engage in conversations with your clients about their business cash flow.

The Current Crisis in Business

I believe we are currently facing an unprecedented crisis in the business world. The core of this crisis is simple: many accountants feel uncomfortable discussing cash flow and cash flow management with their clients. As a result, the focus often shifts to discussing last year's results, which I argue is a concerning state of affairs. While accountants are undoubtedly busy, it's essential to acknowledge the alarming rate at which small businesses fail. Consider this: 80% of small businesses do not survive the first five years and of those, another 80% fail in the following five years. It's rare to encounter a business that's over 10 years old. Doing the math, this equates to only about 4% of businesses succeeding and thriving beyond a decade. This statistic underscores a moral obligation for accountants to aid their clients effectively.

The Benefit for Accountants

On the upside, accountants who actively assist their clients with business cash flow management services are not only appreciated but also rewarded by their clients. Today's focus will be on the 'why' of offering cash flow services. The 'how' will be addressed in our upcoming series. Our goal is to keep the information simple and accessible.

So, that's our agenda for today, and I'm excited to dive in with you all.

Why Offer Cash Flow Management Services (Video) (2 Hrs)
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The Future of the Finance and Accounting Organization (Video) (Course Id 1933)

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Author : Blair Cook, CPA, CA (Canada), MBA
Course Length : Pages: 16 ||| Review Questions: 6 ||| Final Exam Questions: 10
CPE Credits : 2.0
IRS Credits : 0
Price : $29.95
Passing Score : 70%
Course Type: Video - NASBA QAS - Text - NASBA Registry
Technical Designation: Technical
Primary Subject-Field Of Study:

Management Services - Management Services for Course Id 1933

Description :

It took a pandemic to uproot those of us working in accounting and finance.  In the span of a few years, all of us lived through transforming how and where we worked. That experience positions you well to tackle the future. In this course, you will learn about the future of finance and the challenges that lay ahead.  You will peer into the future to answer how, why and where the finance organization will succeed and add value by leveraging people and technology.  You will learn about emerging imperatives of sustainability and data as the next frontiers of finance.  Finally, you will explore the new skillsets and communication mindset you will need to adopt to ensure stakeholder understand the value proposition offered by the “new” finance function.

Usage Rank : 16667
Release : 2022
Version : 1.0
Prerequisites : None.
Experience Level : Overview
Additional Contents : Complete, no additional material needed.
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Advance Preparation : None.
Delivery Method : QAS Self Study
Intended Participants : Anyone needing Continuing Professional Education (CPE).
Revision Date : 01-Jan-2022
NASBA Course Declaration : Participants must complete the final examination within one year of purchase and with a minimum passing grade of 70% or better to receive CPE credit unless otherwise noted on the Course History page (i.e. California Ethics must score 90% or better). After logging in click on the Course History links on your My Courses page for the Begin date and Expire date for the Final Exam.
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Video - NASBA QAS - Text - NASBA Registry - 1933

Keywords : Management Services, Future, Finance, Accounting, Organization, Video, cpe, cpa, online course
Learning Objectives :

Course Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
  • Define and distinguish how finance adds value to any organization
  • Explore the emerging mandates of finance in the areas of sustainability, automation, and data
  • Adopt new ways to manage, motivate, and make great finance teams
Course Contents :

Chapter 1 - The Future of the Finance and Accounting Organization

Chapter 1 Review Questions

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