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I'm a realist.


You can’t fix problems using the same thinking that created them in the first place.
(Einstein said something like that)

Clearly, I have opinions. OK, rants.

Changes to my business a liberating experience for me – and my clients!

Earlier this year I was fed up with the accounting business I’d built to satisfy others – clients, coaches, staff.  It had become a mess of compromises I was making to keep everyone else happy. I didn’t want my next 10 years in business to be like my first 10. Something had to change. I needed

E-invoicing not the answer to better cash flow

Since the Government released its Budget back in May, I’ve been stewing over what I believe is a lack of support for small business. Sure, there was the tax incentive for more research and development, but that’s only if you can afford more than $50,000 a year on R&D and most small businesses in New

Automation and the future of accounting

What do you get when you mix accounting and automation? I don’t know the answer, but I can tell you it won’t be 19 accountants!  And here’s how I know that. In May 2017, a TV show “What Next” said “There are currently 17,669 accountants in NZ.  A report predicted because of automation there’s a

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