Improve your clients’ bottom line with the Big 3

It is no surprise that clients come to you for more than just tax advice. In the competitive environment of the Sunshine Coast, how does your firm distinguish itself from its competitors? What help can you give a client that gives you an edge over your competitors?

It’s trite, but simple. Give them measurable results and remove their fears – improve the Big 3 for your client and you’ll achieve just that.

The Big 3?

  1. Cash flow
  2. Employment and HR issues
  3. Reputation in the market

In recognition of the importance of the Big 3 to small business, Sajen legal is launching the Accord Lite small business retainer. Under the Accord Lite, for $99 per week* Sajen provides Sunshine Coast small businesses with unlimited:

  1. Debt Collection Services – prompt demands and recovery action, preparation of terms of trade that eliminate the usual excuses that delay or prevent recovery;
  2. Employment, Industry Award and HR Advice and Employment Contracts, Confidentiality, Client List and Trade Secret protection;
  3. Trade Marks and Business Names – availability reports, registration, liaison with Trade Marks Australia, protection through cease and desist Notices, guidance with brand strategy

Help remove some of your clients’ biggest worries in business (outside of the tax man).

Accord Lite offers your clients the power to fix legal costs on some of the major areas of risk at an affordable budget and in advance. No more time sheets, surprise bills or unexpected claims. No more concerns over award obligations or unfair dismissal. Add value to your clients’ balance sheet through protecting their intellectual property. And all the while a deductible business expense!

As part of the deal, we also provide trust deeds you order for your clients on Accord Lite for the reduced fee of $110 each.

We’ll be in touch soon to arrange a meeting to discuss in more detail how this might benefit your clients. And stay tuned for Sajen Start Me Up, the complete document package for start up businesses; coming soon.


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