Tag Archives: Business journey

Our Hero Jeff

Our Hero Jeff What a super day out there. The washing machine is going at full pelt given that it’s a great day for drying. The heating is off, the woolly vest is tucked away, and the thought of sun cream crossed my mind. This was overthinking it and being too optimistic. Getting carried away

Setting Up A Business – Company or Sole Trader?

Good morning all, and dare I say it, but the day is looking positive. Not exactly fry an egg on a stone but there’s some heat in it! It’s fantastic to see a bit of positivity about the place. The vaccines are getting out there and people are very excited to get them. My sister,

Options To Exit My Business – Part 1

It’s a nice calm day in Tramore. Although there is a lonely wave or two creeping over the prom wall. Waiting to engulf an unsuspecting passerby. The Metalman is visible and surveying the bay for early morning swimmers. All that is missing is a whistle and a warning light to assume the role of an

Extracting Value from your company – The Pensions Journey

Last week we had a look at the Covid Restricted Support Scheme [CRSS] In case you missed it Read here Pensions, some people love them, and some people hate them. They are often very misunderstood. The purpose of this blog is to look at a pensions journey through your company. It will attempt to take

The modern accountant vs. the traditional accountant

It’s a battle for the ages. Like Ali v Frazier, or Federer v Nadal. Just less sweaty. The modern accountant versus the traditional accountant. Who wins? Here we make a case for the former. Ding, ding. Round one. The traditional accountant is someone very much set in their ways. They’re not quite blowing the dust