Scope creep is when clients ask for more work than what was originally agreed upon. However, scope creep can actually be a good thing for accounting and tax firms because it presents a revenue opportunity.
Instead of avoiding scope creep, it's better to learn how to manage out-of-scope work effectively. One key to handling scope creep is ensuring that both the professional and the client are on the same page from the beginning. This minimizes surprises and sets both parties up for success.
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