Tax season is in full swing, and accountants across the country are scrambling to satisfy their clients’ needs during their busiest time of the year. For many solo accountants and small firms, their success during tax season sets the tone for the rest of the year. If they can serve enough clients and attract new business to their firm, they’ll enjoy a profitable season.
However, explosive growth comes at a cost. To handle the increased demand, many firms will take on temporary help, but to remain profitable, they need to do so at a reasonable price.
Adding shared office spaces to your business can help you grow at scale without being tied to major space investments within your own firm. You have better control over your overhead costs, which can help you remain profitable when hiring additional help. When the tax season rush is over, you have the option to go back to business as usual or maintain those spaces to continue growing your accounting firm.
The benefits don’t end there. Discover the many benefits of using a shared office environment during tax season (and beyond) to grow your accounting practice.Read more.