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The billable hour is coming to an end, thanks to AI and analytics | Raconteur

The billable hour is coming to an end, thanks to AI and analytics | Raconteur

“Law firms are looking for different ways to charge for their services, especially in the corporate market where clients are just not accepting the old way of billing,” says Dani McCormick, director of solutions at Lexis Nexis. Billable hour alternatives price up value, rather than time spent The billable hour has long been the bedrock of how […]

UNICORN BLUE BRINGS COMPETITIVE PRICING STRATEGY TO TEACHER RECRUITMENT | Digital Journal

UNICORN BLUE BRINGS COMPETITIVE PRICING STRATEGY TO TEACHER RECRUITMENT | Digital Journal

Recruitment specialists Unicorn Blue do things differently. Their alternative to the contingency method is the “fixed fee per hire” method. It applies to all teachers who are hired in non–supervisory/ management roles. While the fixed price per hire charge depends on the number of teachers being recruited at the same time for a single project, […]

Rockford golf seeks benefactor to save course(s) | rrstar.com

Rockford golf seeks benefactor to save course(s) | rrstar.com

Officials spent an hour laying out the problem to the public and an hour receiving suggestions, which they posted on two boards, one on how to raise revenue, the other on how to cut costs. Many people suggested raising the price of season golf passes. Most cities don’t offer a multicourse city pass, but Rockford, […]

Palm Desert council votes down Desert Willow resident golf rate changes | Desert Sun

Palm Desert council votes down Desert Willow resident golf rate changes | Desert Sun

After almost a year of study sessions, resident feedback and cost analysis research, the Palm Desert City Council rejected city staff’s recommendation to change resident prices at Desert Willow Golf Resort during Thursday night’s council meeting. For now, resident fees at the golf course will remain status quo, but the council is expected to take up the […]

The Golf Business Faces Some Formidable Hazards | Business West

The Golf Business Faces Some Formidable Hazards | Business West

Meanwhile … in professional golf, when a player has to work exceedingly hard to make pars and keep from falling down the leaderboard, those analyzing the action on TV like to say that he or she is ‘grinding it out.’ And that’s exactly what area courses are doing — working exceedingly hard so as not […]

Unpaid Internships Are Pricing Young People Out Of The Best Jobs | Forbes

Unpaid Internships Are Pricing Young People Out Of The Best Jobs | Forbes

Young people are being priced out of some of the more desirable careers by the proliferation of unpaid internships, according to a new report. The cost of undertaking an internship means young people from low income families are effectively being blocked from entering some careers, hampering social mobility and reinforcing existing divides. Internships have become […]

Accounting Firm Fees: Increasing Pricing With Current Clients | Firm of the Future

Accounting Firm Fees: Increasing Pricing With Current Clients | Firm of the Future

Top-Down Pricing You can also set top-down pricing by starting with total client savings or the perceived value of the project. One of the easiest examples of this in the QuickBooks® consulting world is when you acquire a client who needs to downsize his or her accounting system. Let’s say the owner is paying $20,000 […]

Conquering the Beast: Charging the Right Fees | AccountingWEB

Conquering the Beast: Charging the Right Fees | AccountingWEB

Almost every CPA I mentor tangles themselves in a web of confusion and wrestles with the same beast. The confusing nail biting beast that I am referring to is pricing. It really pains me to see fellow practitioners struggle with pricing and not setting, or getting, the fees that they deserve. And realistically, when approached […]

Park District golf faces day of decision | JournalStar

Park District golf faces day of decision | JournalStar

GolfVisions representatives described their season-pass plan in which golfers could choose from a varied level of customized passes. They might include a pass for all-access, for one course, for seniors, for juniors or for late afternoon play among other options. Punch cards for limited play would also be made available. With these different types of […]

‘That’s not a revenue model’: firms stuck in factory age, says Tim Williams | Financial Review

‘That’s not a revenue model’: firms stuck in factory age, says Tim Williams | Financial Review

That costing model is driven by a Karl Marx-inspired labour theory of value, and Williams argues it’s economically unsustainable. So much so, he predicts within the next decade very few firms will price on billable hours. “Accountants would go into a factory and count the cost, and the owner would work out cost-plus pricing. That’s not pricing, […]