planning

Taking the Plunge

So, you’ve decided to be your own boss. Congratulations – seriously. People become self-employed at different stages in life, for different reasons. Some people are born entrepreneurs, who can’t imagine how terrible it would be to have a boss. For...

Communication – It’s not just a soft skill – it’s Key

  As an accountant I spent the first few years of my career honing my technical skills which also included learning the buzz words and acronyms that exist in all the training, documentation and reports I used on a daily basis.  I was surrounded...

From Start-up to Fast Growing Young Company

Growing pains If you’ve visited us in 2017, you’ll have noticed we’ve been under construction. Our landlord (a wonderful person and good friend) persuaded us it was time to take the vacant space next to us. OK, we needed it anyway. But….well,...

Debt: The sequel

OK, so last time we covered why businesses may use debt – and for what purpose. So far, so good. But we didn’t talk about anything practical. Let’s deal with that. Starting with: Where do I get the money from? Well, that will depend on your circumstances....

Christmas is coming…

… and with it, all the celebrations and family time that are the most important things in life. It’s typically a quieter time in our office. True, businesses still buy and sell things, file HST returns and pay their staff, so it never goes completely...