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The Metrics of the Modern Accounting Practice Part 1 – What are you Measuring?

"If you cannot measure it, you cannot improve it” – Lord KelvinIt always amazes me that most businesses don’t practice what they preach. Let’s face it, we’re all guilty of it. Let's face it - if we were to be ‘advisors’ of our perfect selves…

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How we have (almost) killed email

Initially hailed as a cheaper way for people to communicate – a killer app invented in the 90s, email is now considered a chore. The more organised of us block out periods of time in our day to tackle them with the goal of ‘inbox…

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The 9 metrics Accountants must know when advising Startups

This post was written by my CoFounder Rowan Grant.Startups are sexy, and everyone’s uncle is working on the next big calendar app (no jokes, I did get pitched another calendar app last week). As a result, professional service providers are now offering ‘startup’ packages or…

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Timesheets are dead. Long live timesheets

Myself and timesheets have a love-hate relationship. While I detest completing them on a day-to-day basis, unfortunately I cannot live without them.Allow me to explain.If you have worked (or are working) as a practicing accountant, lawyer, consultant or in any other profession in the business…

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