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Name For A Bookkeeping Business
10/8/2007 at 4:22 PM ET
I'm interested in suggestions for a killer name for a bookkeeping business. Something that is going to stand out from the crowd.
Bookkeepers can't do accounts and accountants don't want to do the books.
We will complete onsite bookkeeping for a fixed fee and produce quartely or monthly management information.
10/8/2007 at 4:37 PM
Who's your market?
Are you looking for something corporate, serious, light, or off-the-wall?
Do you offer something unusual? Do you have special accreditations?
Where are you located?
The more information we have about you and what you're looking for the better your results will be.
10/8/2007 at 8:49 PM
Fixed Fee Bookkeeping Service
Yes, I know, not exciting but it makes the point all in the name. There will be instant understanding, I think.
10/8/2007 at 11:27 PM
10/9/2007 at 2:48 AM
Warm Regards and all the best in your endeavors,
10/9/2007 at 3:13 AM
We will be targetting UK businesses that don't want to do their own books but can't afford their own internal accountant. A typical fees could be £100 a month.
I like Tick and Tally. We have a corporate working name of PRIME but think Number Crunchers is stronger. Reading the above OnTrack appeals.
Should we go for "professional corproate" and risk being bland or something different with lots of energy?
We aim to franchise this because we have our own video guided bookkeeping software (which means anyone can do bookkeeping) and have an accounts factory in India which turns raw data into management accounts.
10/9/2007 at 7:38 AM
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