Archive for April 2016

A quandary…

Question. How does one match (“client”‘s) expectations? I have always believed in giving something back to my local community, well for a long time I have. Probably since going out on my own over thirteen years ago. For a long time life was good and, though the hours were long, I was well rewarded for…

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Nearly a third of the year gone…

Where is it going to? Ideas I had that ought to have been advanced in Q1 still lie unstarted in the electronic in-tray. Additionally other things already started grind to a halt awaiting input. It is immensely frustrating. A few “for instances”… Good fee big assignment proves to have a legal flaw that need correcting.…

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I used to be on their mailing list!

Mossack Fonseca. A couple of weeks ago no one other than a few journalists with a big secret and the odd firm of accountants would have come across the name. It’s a bit different now. It seems a whistleblower released about a terabyte of computer data from within the organisation (that’s the total capacity of…

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Beware the Golden Goose…

This week we have a Guest blog by Kevin Sheldrake, The Boardroom¬†– my thanks for the post Kevin! Much appreciated. Do you have a Benefactor Client? Someone who: Probably has a strong presence in your industry; they are easy to manage; you have a good relationship with them; and the custom they give you is…

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