Announcing: The Inner Circle for Accountants

By |2014-02-04T09:19:48+00:00February 4th, 2014|Accountants, Inner Circle, Mark's other sites, No longer current|

I rarely use this blog to advertise my business activities. But this is a special occasion. The Inner Circle helps accountants build a more successful practice. Priorities --> Progress --> Profits Over the last few years I have spent much time participating in and facilitating groups of tax experts and of entrepreneurs. In fact, when

Apparently this is one of the Top 30 accounting and finance blogs

By |2013-02-04T09:52:22+00:00February 4th, 2013|Career development, Mark's other sites, No longer current, Pricing|

Last month I received what appears to be a genuine endorsement of all my work to make this blog useful, relevant, commercial and valuable to ambitious accountants. I was initially a tad cynical but this blog really is the fourth in a list of the Top 30 Accounting and Finance Blogs of 2012. The note I received last week from

A twitter case study and intro for professional advisers

By |2009-04-28T10:12:39+00:00April 28th, 2009|Career development, Mark's other sites, Social Media|

Twitter seems a bizarre concept. In theory you post brief messages (up to 140 characters at a time) about what you’re doing and these are seen by your ‘followers’. Equally you can read what other people who you’re following say they’re doing. In practice ‘tweets’ are far more varied than some of the media would

There is a limit you know

By |2009-03-11T07:18:57+00:00March 11th, 2009|Mark's other sites, No longer current|

It's been two weeks since my last post on this blog and that's probably the longest gap between posts since I first started blogging almost 3 years ago. There are well over 250 items here and I continue to enjoy writing and sharing ideas, tips and advice both for ambitious accountants who are building their

Happy new year – be careful what you wish for

By |2008-01-02T09:33:11+00:00January 2nd, 2008|Mark's other sites, Professional Negligence, Speaking, Tax related, Useful links|

I'm not one for making annual new year resolutions - or indeed 'predictions'. Indeed, rather than risk 'predictions' for 2008 I offer instead three of my hopes for the new year, that Accountants will: 1 - earn more money by advising their clients about their menu pricing models - so that clients know they'll pay