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Let’s Talk The Importance of Understanding Cash

Let’s Talk The Importance of Understanding Cash

As a financial advisor, part of your job is teaching your clients. You are more than a report generator, number-puncher-inner, and tax preparer. Educating clients not only helps them but helps you as well. They become more versed in how the finances of a business run, which in turn can make their chances of success skyrocket. And you get a grateful client for life. 

Let’s Talk The Importance of Understanding Cash

As a financial advisor, part of your job is teaching your clients. You are more than a report generator, number-puncher-inner, and tax preparer. Educating clients not only helps them but helps you as well. They become more versed in how the finances of a business run, which in turn can make their chances of success skyrocket. And you get a grateful client for life. 

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Provide data that drives wise decisions

Provide data that drives wise decisions

You can help your clients ask the right questions about the data you provide by presenting it as information. Data turns into information with context. By doing this, you will increase your value while improving your client’s decision-making for their business. When your clients don’t understand their data, they may miss opportunities to propel their business forward. 

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Master client communication.

Master client communication.

Now more than ever, clients are expecting clear communication from financial professionals. When a firm is lacking in its communication skills, that firm is missing out on revenue. The better a firm understands the value of good communication, the more likely it will implement and improve communication practices and policies.

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Are your clients confused?

Are your clients confused?

One of the most confusing aspects of a financial report is when accountants provide data without context. A 5% increase in revenue from last month sounds impressive but is it? Is the growth taking in the 10% increase in the cost of goods or the additional employees? Though there was a 5% increase in revenue, is your client realizing they dropped 8% in net profit?

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Analysis is vital to compete

Analysis is vital to compete

Accurate and proactive reporting makes a huge difference in analytics and financial performance. By increasing the perceived value of financial reporting, most companies help their decision-makers understand the importance of these powerful tools to help them grow, innovate and compete effectively.

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