Websites for accountants

By |2018-07-27T16:04:54+00:00August 21st, 2008|Business messaging and branding, Websites|

I regularly find myself sharing my views on this topic so I thought it would be helpful to include in one place all of my previous posts on related issues: Websites for professional firms (part one) - what messages does your site need to communicate? Websites for professional firms (part two) - who are the

9 signs of a bad accountant

By |2008-08-19T22:50:55+00:00August 19th, 2008|Uncategorized|

The following list describes 9 signs of a bad PR agent - but most of these would equally be signs of a bad accountant. What do you think?  I've added my comments in square brackets. To demand to be paid by the hour rather than quote for a job  [Yup. I'm beginning to come round

A salutory example and warning

By |2008-08-04T08:02:36+00:00August 4th, 2008|Professional Negligence|

As regular readers will know, one of the talks I regularly present to accountants and tax advisers around the UK addresses Negligence claims and what you can do to avoid these. Early on in the talk I know that I shock some of my audiences when I spend a few minutes talking about Forgery and

In house training session for an accountancy firm

By |2008-08-01T18:18:47+00:00August 1st, 2008|Uncategorized|

Had a great time yesterday afternoon presenting a couple of training sessions for an accountancy firm. I love doing this. Normally I only do one slot on one issue. This time though I'd been asked to address both of the following : How to avoid negligence claims; and Taking the work out of Networking Both