Accountants - Sole Practitioner

If you're struggling with lack of time, lack of money, stress, overwhelm and demanding clients, then we'll help you fix it

Most accountancy practices suffer from one or more of these three simple and easily-fixed problems

  1. 1
    You're not making enough money. I get it... you're working hard, you're delivering great quality and service... but there's always too much month left at the end of the money.
  2. 2
    You struggle to attract enough of the right kind of clients. Instead, you find yourself dealing with price-resistant, awkward, and impossible-to-please dimwits who are slow to pay, pay only grudgingly, and only if you can get them to pay at all (don't do this... you don't have to and shouldn't work with anyone you don't want to).
  3. 3
    And when you do get clients... you find it hard to convert them to fees at a price where you make a decent profit. Even when you get sat in front of a great potential client you find yourself offering a painful, gouging discount which chews up most of your profits right at the last minute because you fear losing the sale altogether (you don't have to do this, either).

Bad news and good news...

The bad news is it's NOT going to change all by itself.

Meaning... if you carry on doing what you're doing right now, and what you've been doing to bring you to the point you're currently at, then where you are is where you'll stay.

It's madness to think repeating the same behaviour is (somehow) going to give you different and better results.


The good news is since your results depend on your behaviour, and you can change your behaviour any time you choose, you can change your results.

No, you can't change your situation and circumstances overnight, but you can change your direction in a heartbeat.

Bottom line... if you’re happy with the clients you get and the fees you charge, then do nothing…

... and nothing will change.

No harm, no foul. It's your life and business, and so it's your choice what you do with them both.

But if you’re not so happy... and you want things to change...

... then you must understand change has to begin with you.

Nothing will change unless you change.

But if you will change, then everything will change for you.

And if you do want to change, there are two ways you can do it.

You can either…

… try to work it all out for yourself (but it’ll take you a long time and entail stumbling into a ton of pitfalls, dead-ends, and blind alleys);

… or you can accept my help and I’ll share with you the simple way to do it.

Note: I said simple and not easy. It takes a lot of work and a considerable about of attitude adjustment on your part, and, frankly, not everyone’s cut out for it.

But, hey... it wont do itself and whatever you're doing right now ain't cutting thw mustard, is it?

Pick one... or pick 'em both...

Getting our help is quick, and easy.  Just pick what takes your  fancy below, click the button and we'll take care of the rest.

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I put together some videos breaking down the 3 core mistakes most accountants in practice are making and what you can do to fix it fast. You'll also get added to my daily email where I send out regular butt kicking help

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Want my personal one-on-one help to see if and how I can help you, and maybe get a chance to work with us? Just click below, pick a convenient time, and follow the simple on screen instructions.

You get more than just Kev...

Kev Whitehouse

Kev set up Prime Entry accountancy practice in 1991, so without doubt from over 30 years experience is the brains behind running the perfect practice.

Vicki La Bouchardiere

Vicki is a world class highly experienced executive coach and mindset expert and undoubtedly knows and understands what makes you tick. 

Kev and Vicki live and work together, they are both authors and speakers and have carefully chosen to work alongside other world leaders in their field, from marketing and business expert like Jon McCulloch and the world famous first lady of personal development Diana Nightingale.