Pain Points

Solving Pain Points

Oct 2, 2020 | Blog, CPA Blogs |

Stop the pain! Working smarter, not harder.

It’s tough to grow your company when you have a pain point that prevents you from going to the next level. Unfortunately, you don’t recognize a pain point until you literally feel the pain! By the time you feel it, you likely don’t have the resources to solve it. 

Common pain points from those that own accounting firms or tax firms and what some of the cries for help sound like:

  • Need Support: I have so much work and the demands are high. I’m overwhelmed and need help but don’t have time to find the help. I know that there are systems and applications that can help run my business and I’ve tried some but how do I know which is the best one?
  • Lack of Confidence: I feel like my clients are sucking the life out of me. Am I being too nice? I give them an inch and they take a mile.
  • Don’t Have the Time: There is so much administrative work to do with running my business. I have to work on my business and in my business at the same time. I keep trying to set up a process but I can’t find the time to complete it.
  • Need More Quality Client: I get referrals and some leads but they aren’t in the specific industry that I enjoy working with.

Starting, running, or growing a business isn’t always easy… actually is rarely easy. After all, you went to school to get educated on how to do the accounting/tax work, not become an entrepreneur! 

We know your pain, we’ve lived your pain and now in our community we hear it and see it over and over.  This is why CPA MOMS has a FB community, weekly newsletters, weekly podcasts, monthly webinars/gatherings, and other services like placement, coaching and franchising.

We always reach out to our community and ask for input and ideas so that we can better serve you. If you’ve ever thought about reaching out, we encourage you to do so. We have discovery calls to speak with a care specialist and learn more about what we have that can benefit you.

A common comment/question that we get is: I look on your website and I get confused on what you offer. It looks like a lot but I don’t understand exactly what everything is and what I qualify for.

Well, we hear you and we will be explaining in detail in the upcoming blog posts to help you understand how we have ways of solving your pain points so that you can get to the next level of your business.

There’s a lot of information coming your way so stay tuned! In the meantime, stay involved and support your peers in the FB Community. If you need access to the FB Community or you have any other questions, please feel free to email community@cpa-moms.us for more information.