Our business is mainly build on developing strong partnerships with people providing advice to small to medium sized businesses, it is from these relationships that we get referred most of our business. This obviously relies on us doing a great job and ensuring we are giving back to these referers so they maintain their credibility with their clients. How we do this is by having great staff who know their stuff and take pride in doing a good job. So, how do we attract the best staff and why do they like working with us?
If you haven't reviewed your bookkeeping practices lately then maybe now is a good time to do it. Automation and cloud based tools mean have created efficiencies where there were none in the past. This blog talks a bit about that and what it can mean for you...
We recently had the NZ Bookkeepers Association annual conference and the theme was the Future of Bookkeeping. I found this to be very interesting; particularly given some recent reports in the media suggesting that NZ would only require 18 accountants by the year 2030!
Having transitioned from the recruitment industry into the bookkeeping market over the last few years, there are a few things I have observed when speaking to bookkeepers and clients about their bookkeeping needs and the landscape of the bookkeeping market is changing.
From an outside perspective, if you don’t understand the difference between a bookkeeper and an accountant, it may seem odd that a number of chartered accountants refer their clients to us.
Bookkeeping and accounting are necessary for all businesses, no matter their size, but some business owners struggle to tell the difference between the two.