The great magician, David Devant, has the following quote attributable to him. When Mr. Devant was approached backstage by a young amateur magician who proudly told him that he knew about 300 hundred tricks and asked how many Mr. Devant knew, Devant’s response was: “I know only eight. But I know them very well”.
Mr. Devant realized that one can only be a true master of a small number of things, regardless of whether they are magic tricks, business disciplines, or client industry sectors. In our firm, we are true masters (specialize) of tax preparation and tax planning, working with small business owners to improve their cash flows, and to resolve IRS tax problems of individuals and business owners. While we offer many other services to our clients, we use strategic partners to help our clients with estate planning, financial advisory services, insurance needs, etc. These strategic partners specialize in their niche area of expertise and thus are able to meet the needs of our clients.
So you need to ask yourself, what are you going to be famous for?
If you are to do an exceptional job, you need to focus on how you can develop real expertise in the area you wish to specialize. If you are an employee, you want to develop an expertise that makes you very valuable to your employer who knows that you are the go-to person for assistance in that particular area. That increases your job security and also makes you more attractive to potential employers. If you own your company, you want your customers to realize that you offer a service or a level of service that cannot be provided by another party.
We invite you to call 610-594-2601 today to make an appointment at our Exton PA CPA office to discuss your ) tax preparation and tax planning concerns, how your business can improve its cash flows, and how to resolve IRS tax problems of individuals and business owners. You can also schedule a consultation at Click Here.