I hope you know by now my dear reader, blogging (writing) helps me to clarify my thinking. It is in this regard, I decided to blog today.
I completed my ACCA in 1996. My experience on tax has been gained only through my practice. TBH, I am finding more and more, that I am not even up to date with the basics. Tax software, like TaxCalc, is my lazy way out at present. This is just not good enough. Continue reading “Back to Tax School?”
In one of my previous blogs, I mentioned that I will share my plan on how I will spend my time in 2015.
So far, some of the key aspects are now sorted. These are: 1) Office space and 2) branding. I am now set up for expansion. In that regard, I met a marketing consultant today to help me with an integrated marketing action plan. Continue reading “Work for 2015”
For me, 2014 from a business perspective was tough. Rebranding, pricing, staff issues and marketing took a lot out of me. I did not have a clear plan with time scales to do what I wanted to do.
Understandably all the time I was thinking client recruitment. This is vital. At the same time, it is equally important to make sure other areas of business are in control. As I mentioned in one of my previous blogs, it is important to keep all the key balls in the air. Continue reading “Hello, 2015”
Of course most of the practice advisors are a decent folk. They do not have a bad bone in their body. Further, they really want to help.
Most of them have very little idea of the reality outside their advisory world! I am talking about the day to day practice world. Continue reading “Are Practice Advisors Conning Accountants?”
Finally, our website is live! It is my baby, and I will not hear anything bad about it. It was both a painful conception followed by an equally painful birth.
They were three other talented people without whom this project would not have been possible and of such a high standard. They were the key to the project. I will work with them again. It goes to show any good piece of creative work involves more than one person. Continue reading “I worked, worked and worked”