Pricing

Right-sizing your price

A few words about your investment ...

Most bookkeepers and accountants will quote you an hourly rate. I—and a growing number of my colleagues—think this is a silly way to price our services. And, it’s unfair to you.

An hourly rate means that you have no idea what the final tally will be until the work is done. There’s no incentive—in fact, there’s a dis-incentive!—for me to find better and more efficient ways and means of working with you. That doesn’t seem right to me … and it’s not fair to you. (I was recently on the receiving end of this when my computer needed repairs—and it was SO frustrating! Do you ever take your car in for repairs and they say “We’ll tell you the final bill when we’re done?” I don’t think so!)

Do you ever take your car in for repairs and they say “We’ll tell you the final bill when we’re done?” I don’t think so!)

Instead, I provide a fixed price, just like your car repair shop or your plumber.

When we talk, we’ll take into consideration your needs and requirements—because everyone’s are different. Your investment is tailored to you, and not the needs of some “average client”. I like to call it “right-sizing the price”—it’s the right price for the right set of services for you.

You can budget and plan.

I focus on providing value to you, not hours. I’m always thinking about what else I can do to help you to make your life better. I’m always on the lookout for ways and means to become more efficient. I keep learning so I can provide better advice and solutions to your business problems.

My fees are based on providing you the outcomes you desire.

I'm the guy you call when you absolutely, positively hate doing the books.