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Wahoo

I see that you are in year 2 and things are busy, too. I am the same boat. Assuming that we are not anywhere near the same area I'd love to chat after tax season to find out what is and is not working for you and vice versa. If you are interested shoot me an email @ adam@wilmingtontaxes.com sometime.

Adam

this is southpark. (Matt) I opened in 97 in Charlotte NC.

Would be happy to share my experience but not openly.

My personal e mail is southparkcpa at yahoo dot comSouthparkcpa 15:59, 6 March 2011 (UTC)

Xz, you know I am crazy American

Xz you know most of what I say is kidding!

By the way, I noticed that your English is getting better. You are learning fast.

Good luck and success! CrowJD 19:43, 27 April 2011 (UTC)

Good improvement.

Congratulations! You will speak and write excellent English very soon.

Americans do not respect the teacher. The school principal in America tells the teacher what to do.

The American teacher has to follow so many rules and regulations she cannot teach. It's terrible.

The principal makes the teacher hand out all these papers and to bother the parents.

Well, good luck with your daughter. Talk to you soon.CrowJD 20:48, 27 April 2011 (UTC)

I got them all

Xz: I got all your messages.

Don't worry about your "S" too much. We all understand you!

Yes it is ironic you have to check daughter's homework and she helps to teach you English.

Have a great day. CrowJD 20:56, 27 April 2011 (UTC)

Visiting nearby businesses

Hey Shelly, thanks for your inquiry. I don't 'drop in' on businesses as much as I did in the first couple years of my accounting/tax practice. The referrals are more frequent now, plus I'm having some success with Craigslist ads, plus networking events -- you get the idea. Cold "walk ins" can be profitable however. I don't target specific business types when I walk in, I generally just pick an area where there are a lot of locally owned businesses bunched together, like a retail shopping area or a light industrial park. If I can walk into 15 or 20 businesses, I will generally pick up one or two that are behind on their taxes, behind on their record-keeping, frustrated with their current accountant/bookkeeper, etc. etc. The old Frank Salmon (a practice building consultant) ratio that 1 in 20 businesses are ready to make a change will work in your favor if you simply contact enough businesses. Hope this helps--good luck in your practice!

Anchorman 14:07, 24 October 2012 (UTC) Anchorman

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