Accountants know their numbers - true or false? Perhaps a better question is who’s numbers do accountants know better; their own or their clients'?
Business Recovery Planning
In the wake of Coronavirus, and with feelings of greater economic uncertainty, your clients are in need of help more than ever before. Traditional practices, with too great a focus on compliance work, run the risk of not doing enough to help Small to Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs) in the way that they need right now. Legacy accountants will not be able to support clients enough by fulfilling...
The Power of Drawing
A picture paints a thousand words. So why don't we draw more?
Achieving Better Leverage in Your Firm
We all know that the secret to success is to work smarter, not harder, right? Yet we still get stuck in the day to day emails, client queries, file reviews, and activities that are highly important to others, but not necessarily to ourselves. Working smarter becomes a pipe dream as we can’t see the wood for the trees.
8 Questions for Effective New Client...
Screening potential clients sounds rather clinical, a bit like screening for a disease.
Truth be told, D clients are like parasites. They can be painful, demand attention, drain your energy, query your bills and if they refer you work - breed more parasites. Most significantly, they’ll damage your brand, morale and culture.
Unlike the parasite and host relationship, accountants should...