What Questions To Ask When You Are Looking For A QuickBooks Proadvisor

So you need to hire a QuickBooks Proadvisor. This task can be tricky, you want someone you can trust and feel comfortable with. Here a few tips and questions to ask in order to find the perfect Proadvisor for you! 

Read Reviews:
Find a QuickBooks Proadvisor website allows you to enter in your zip code and a list of local Proadvisors will show up, you can easily click on their profile and read reviews customers have left them. Here you can determine how friendly that individual is and how helpful they really are. 

Check Social Media:
Before calling that Proadvisor check out their website and social media platforms. It is bit harder to delete a bad review off a Facebook, Twitter or Yelp page. Here you will be able to find bad reviews, if they have one, and see their latest posts and determine what kind of person you will be hiring and see if they are a good match for you.

When you finally decide to call a Proadvisor make sure you know exactly what you are trying to do with your QuickBooks and ask them if they are able to help you. If they say "I'm not sure" or "I don't know how to go about that" thank them for their time and choose the next Proadvisor on your list.

Here are a list of questions to ask a Proadvisor when you have determined who you want to hire to make sure you have the best fit for you and your business

Are you a certified QuickBooks Proadvisor? How long have you been certified?

What makes you different from other Proadivsors in the area?

How do you identify what is wrong with my books and are you able to walk me through the process?

How are you able to demonstrate to a non QuickBooks Proadvisor, like myself, that the work you have done is correct?

Do you have other employees working for you that also work on QuickBooks? Will they be working on my books as well?

Do you have an office or do you work from home? If home, how secure are my records?

If you are not a good fit for me, can you refer me to anyone else in the area to better suit my needs? 

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