Do Something Different In 2016 To Grow Your Practice And Your Billings


Richard Hayes says he will soon hit $500,000 in billings to clients referred by

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting a different result. Are you doing the same thing over and over when it comes to growing your practice or increasing your billings? Do you want to double your billings in 2016? Then consider, an online marketplace where accountants and business owners are wedded by the thousands at the altar of business success. is also the U.S. accounting industry’s fastest growing, online accounting service.

According to Certified Public Accountants, Michael Gartman, Pat Finn and Bill Hart of Finn, Gartman, Hart PLC, nothing in their combined 100 years of experience compares with when it comes to client development. “Our first client will end up netting us about $50,000 to $54,000 over a three year period which is a great return after only investing $5,000 with,” says Gartman.

Certified Public Accountant, Richard Hayes joined six years ago on January 8, 2010. Since that date, Hayes has billed $375,000 to clients he’s retained from while paying only $100,000 in marketing fees during the same six year period. Essentially, Hayes has quadrupled his $100,000 investment with within a period of six years.

The real upshot here is Hayes will continue to collect $130,000 each year, ongoing, from these very same clients which he projects he will keep for at least another decade which translates into an additional $1.3 million in earnings on his original $100,000 investment. [read more]

Here’s your last chance to become a member of  before midnight, December 31st and receive a billings guarantee on your membership fee.

For more information on how to become a member of call 1 (888) 326-9300 or click here. also offers financing to accountants who wish to finance their membership fee, click here.

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