News and information about bookkeeping, billing, and tax preparation can be hard to find and understand. Local business owners in need of finance-related services commonly have a lot of questions about government policies and laws on filing taxes, financial statements, and reports. An effective and useful method to educate small business owners about financial matters is the use of printed promotions for your bookkeeping business. Examples of these materials include:
Brochures – These materials can serve as a handy outline of information for business owners on topics related to bookkeeping. These materials can feature a descriptive list of bookkeeping and bookkeeping-related services such as inventory or stock taking services, tax preparation, and filling of other government-required permits and certificates. They can be handed out in business districts, business workshops, and civic meetings.
Flyers – Flyers can be used to spread the latest message about new government tax laws, deadline for tax report, and other important dates for business owners to consider. They can also feature tips on tax renewal, efficient bookkeeping, and inventory. These materials can also feature a list of convenient tax renewal, bill payment, and government permit application centers. Aside from this information, flyers can also be used as promotional materials that announce discounts and special offers on services. These materials can be given door to door in local residential and business areas.
Newsletters – These materials can be used as a detailed promotional material for a bookkeeping business. They can feature a variety of information such as tax season tips, income tax requirements, important dates for tax season, efficient ways to track your expenses, and bookkeeping basics. Newsletter marketing can feature articles on managing finances and efficient use of money. They can also enumerate business and finance, banking, and investment tips.
The use of these printed materials not only promotes a local bookkeeping business but it also provides useful information for local business owners about their finances. Materials like brochures, newsletters, or flyers have the potential to be seen by clients via direct mail or local distribution.