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Newsletters For Bookkeeping Services



The #1 rule in marketing is frequency. You need to consistently communicate with your clients if you expect to grow. The perfect tool for the job is an engaging and informative email newsletter that runs itself.

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Email Newsletters for Bookkeeping Services



It's run itself. You can set it and forget it.

Your email newsletter includes articles and engaging content selected for your bookkeeping service.
We prepare your bookkeeping service newsletter and send it for you. Free and paid plans available.
Includes a top-page message plus two custom ads from you to promote your bookkeeping service.
Your bookkeeping service email newsletter includes automated posts to your business Facebook page.
Your bookkeeping service email list is protected, secure, backed up, never shared, and never sold.
Everything is managed week to week so you can focus your time growing your bookkeeping service.

Bookkeeping Service Email Newsletter



Loaded with content and ready to send

Greetings,

Are you buried in bookkeeping? You must have better things to do to grow your business than spending hours on pencil-pushing paper work. Let us clear your desk and clear your mind so you can get back at it.
Donna Goodridge
Choice Bookkeeping
4759 Wood Street
Morgan City, LA 70380
Balance Sheet Bulletin
Articles, tips, and ideas to help grow your income and wealth.
Jan 19, 2022
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When Can You File Your Taxes This Year?
The sooner you file your tax return, the sooner you'll receive any refund due. That's why some people like to file their return as early as possible. This year, the IRS will start accepting 2021 tax returns on January 24, 2022. That's much earlier than last year, when you had to wait until mid-February to …
Kiplinger
Tax season 2022: What to know before you submit your return
The IRS is "buried" in paper after "most challenging" year for taxpayers, here's what to know for filing your 2022 tax return …
USA Today
You've Earned It, We'll Help You Keep It
We'll turn your sea of data into data you see.
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What is a home equity line of credit and how does it work?
Home equity is defined as the gap between what your house is worth and what you owe on your mortgage. Put simply, it's the amount of your home that you …
Fox Business
Routing Number vs. Account Number: What's the Difference?
Every bank-related financial transaction requires two critical pieces of information to identify customers: the routing number and the account number …
Investopedia
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Getting Your Tax Refund May Take Way Longer Than Usual This Year
Tax season is scheduled to officially begin on Jan. 24. And according to the Taxpayer Advocate Service, an independent watchdog and advocacy group …
Money
Three Simple Tips To Improve Your 401(k) Match In 2022
Your company's matching contribution in your retirement plan is a powerful tool to help accelerate your retirement savings. However, even the most …
Forbes
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Why Your New Social Security Check May Be Less Than You Thought
Some retirees on Social Security may be disappointed by the deposit amount they see on the first bank statement of 2022. Others who are just starting …
Kiplinger
Cartoon
"How can you call me unemotional? You've seen me cry over interest rates!"
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
What Year Was It?
Edgar Allan Poe is Born
What Year
Poet, author and literary critic Edgar Allan Poe is born in Boston, Massachusetts.
The day was Jan 19. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Frugality includes all the other virtues."
Cicero
Trivia
What is the average life span of an American $1 bill?
See the answer below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Your newsletter can use a standard color theme, a color theme to match you website, your favorite team, or any color. Click the color boxes to see options.

Newsletter Name
An engaging and memorable newsletter name, using a font to match your brand, will keep you top of mind with your readers. You can use "Balance Sheet Bulletin" for you newsletter name, or any name you wish. Click the color boxes to see font options.

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Why Does Email Marketing Work?

Week after week, your bookkeeping service newsletter will consistently reinforce your brand message.
You enhance your credibility and trust by sharing informative and entertaining information.
The leading-edge newsletter design looks perfect on computers, tablets, and phones.
The frequency of your engaging bookkeeping service newsletter will keep you top-of-mind year-round.
By sharing information, your clients view you and your staff as advisers or mentors.
Your clients will think of your bookkeeping service first when asked for a recommendation.