Currently work for a large accountancy and business advisory firm. Now breaking away to forge my own path as an independent bookkeeper, with the intention of eventually building a professional services business offering accounting, law, etc, all under one roof and fully integrated. Back to the present day... I know what I need to do: Register the company, Register with HMRC for money laundering, Set up my own QBO profile so I can access client's files remotely and have my own profile also, Work! I have clients and I'm setting the business up due to demand, but my question is about marketing. The other reason I'm setting up the business is because I'm very customer focused. For example I typically have VAT returns prepared within a week after the close of a VAT period, however I have seen others rushing to submit on time! Accounting (and law...) are stagnant businesses that have so far not been subject to much change. I'm basically seeking to do my bit to change this. My marketing question: I'm thinking about doing a limited time offer whereby I look after people's bookkeeping (including VAT returns if applicable) for a relatively cheap rate (which would not just be an introductory rate - I'm not a fisherman either...), provided they are on QuickBooks. This would have advantages financially for me and the business owner in that they will save money and receive excellent service, while it will help me get established with my current clients. Any ideas? Marketing isn't my forte.