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Today Roger Jacobi joins us as we investigate the 3 major categories you can start looking at today to start giving proactive advice to your clients; they include: mis-categorization, inventory, and margin leak. By looking at these 3+ categories in this episode we discuss how to position yourself as a strategic adviser and generate revenue. Welcome to Episode 67 of Grow My Accounting Practice!

Our Guest 


Roger is a successful entrepreneur who has created several businesses from the ground up, with focus on the healthcare industry. Since the late 1980s, he has focused on management and leadership of day-to-day operations, sales and marketing, financial performance and customer service, giving him the skills to run an effective business. His key to success is surrounding himself with other accomplished individuals and learning from their experiences. Throughout his career, he has not only focused on clients, but employees as well. Roger believes creating an environment that motivates people to work and building strong teams is essential in any business.

Roger applies his knowledge and experience to developing a product that delivers results to business owners. Prior to his CEO role at Fiscal Advantage, he was president at ExitCare in Woodbury, Minn., for 14 years, growing a software start-up to over $10 million in revenue. Roger also teaches entrepreneurship and small business management as an adjunct professor at University of Northwestern  St. Paul. He received his MBA in marketing and finance from the University of Michigan.

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Corporate Partners

Receipt-Bank – Software and service to make the gathering, storage & processing of bills, receipts and invoices as easy and as cost effective as possible for businesses.

Nextiva – VOIP phone providers for small businesses.

Fundera – Single source online funding for entrepreneurs. Also offers an adviser program for CPAs, bookkeepers and business coaches.

Fundbox –  the simplest and fastest way to fix your cash flow by advancing payments for your outstanding invoices.