2013-10-30 06:05:27 - The proven program from Tor Energy dramatically shrinks the electrical bills of corporations and merchants and rewards accountants with robust referral fees.
(West Palm Beach, FL, USA) – October 30, 2013 – CPA’s and other accounting professionals can earn lucrative referral fees through a proven program that simultaneously delivers exceptional benefit to their clients through lower electricity costs.
Tor Energy, an established broker within the energy supply industry, leverages the power of its nationwide bidding platform to save companies an average of 31% on their electrical bills. Tor Energy also allows accountants to participate through a generous referral program that can generate recurring commission fees year after year. Best of all, the savings come at no cost whatsoever to the business owner because Tor Energy earns its fees from the energy providers who win the contract to supply electricity.
The way the
process works is that Tor Energy negotiates agreements between low-cost energy suppliers and merchants or companies, with savings that are typically 30% or more per year. Businesses that typically profit from this kind of arrangement include retail establishments, restaurants, manufacturing companies, property management businesses, and others that rely heavily on electricity. Tor Energy gathers data on their utility usage for the previous 12-month period and then places that information into their bidding platform, where more than 20 national electricity suppliers compete for the merchant's business.
“The highly competitive bidding process results in serious reductions in the cost of electrical overhead,” explains Patrick Forbes, CEO of Tor Energy. “When a business is referred into the program through an accountant, the accountant is rewarded with referral fees that amount to $150 to $500 per account. But some earn considerably more than that, too, because the businesses they refer consume larger amounts of electricity. Many of them also continue to receive a referral fee every year since the bidding agreements are usually renewed annually.”
Meanwhile the entire program has the added benefit of helping to reduce the carbon footprint. That’s a feature CPA firms can tout as an attractive part of their brand, since many of today’s corporations want to partner with businesses that support environmental sustainability.
To learn more about the referral program and how it can create business savings while generating extra cash for accountants, contact Tor Energy or visit the company website (www.TorForAccountants.com ).