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Value pricing offers CPA firms and accountants a number of benefits. Explore value pricing, how to implement it, and why it works.
In this competitive, demanding, technology-driven world, firms will have to change the way they are doing business.
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The value-pricing highway is full of curves and “proceed with caution” signs. It takes dedication and creativity to safely arrive at the destination of a more profitable practice.
Michael shares his firm's journey from fixed-fee pricing to value-based pricing. Michael defines value-based pricing as looking to what value his firm is able to deliver to a particular client and then assigning a fixed, flat fee to that value. This method of pricing ends up benefiting the client and creates a win-win scenario.
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