How top accounting firms attract clients

Matt SolomonCEO, Center for Enlightened Business
Matt Solomon

Many accounting firms cling to a traditional model of high-volume, low-profit compliance work because of one overarching challenge: they are not clear on the ideal path for pricing, selling and delivering profitable monthly engagements.

In this video, you'll learn a step-by-step process being used by the most profitable accounting firms to obtain lucrative work.

Whether you have a small base of business clients, you're delivering high-volume but low-profit work, or you aren't confident you are pricing your services correctly, this video will lay out a better path for you to follow.

Gain more quality clients, increase the value of your services, reduce your hours, and ultimately grow your revenue.


  • The step-by-step process to bring in $3,000 to $15,000/mo clients in 8 weeks or less

  • The real reason why working more hours is not a good strategy for making more money

  • How to get paid what you're really worth and the conversation to have with clients to bring in ultra-profitable monthly work

  • How real accounting firms increased the fees of existing clients by 10x, while maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction

  • How to achieve this while remaining authentic, confident, and comfortable.

If you’ve ever wondered how to get paid what you’re really worth, where all the great clients are, and how you can get clients to see your value, this video is for you.

Matt Solomon
CEO, Center for Enlightened Business

Matt and his team have helped over ten thousand accountants transition into premium-priced and high-profit business advisors, while improving their overall quality of life.

Matt Solomon

Lachlan Macindoe
VP of Marketing, Karbon

Lachlan is responsible for our inbound marketing strategy to drive awareness and demand for Karbon which includes everything related to Karbon Magazine. He loves sharing stories, tips and advice to help accounting firms succeed.

Lachlan Macindoe, VP of Marketing