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Adding value

Last week I prepared annual accounts and corporation tax returns for two companies, prepared management accounts and attended a board meeting for another and helped another finalise a company sale. You could say that these fairly standard accounting services added … Continue reading

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Do you deserve a monkey?

I’m pretty clear on how I aim to help my clients, the main targets being to increase profit, improve cash flow and pay less tax. These aims are not always mutually exclusive and will not all have equal importance with … Continue reading

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Thanks for your help

I like to think I do a good job. I respect my clients and try to do my best for them. I tell them how it is, which isn’t always what they want to hear but I have their best … Continue reading

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Which one will you get?

So, you need an accountant, we’ve discussed what to look for when choosing one, but what are you going to get when you take the plunge and appoint one? I’ve identified below some of the main types with their key … Continue reading

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Don’t call me proactive!!!

‘taking action by causing change and not only reacting to change when it happens’ (Cambridge Dictionaries Online) Why do so many accountants insist on calling themselves proactive? Is it because by nature they’re not, or are they trying to make themselves … Continue reading

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