Actually , the real question lurking behind the headline is really this : - How do you explain to your staff that that they shouldn't expect a wage rise because fees have gone down.
I have had a call from a prospect for a possible meeting lasting around 3 hours to look at how to get better information from his accounts. So it's a management accountancy sort of project.
Afternoon ladies and gents,
I hope this annoyance of mine finds everyone enjoying a nice sunny May day!
No not me!
I lost a client this morning…but there isn’t a dark cloud hanging over me.
Two simple letters can ensure that you either maximise the profits you earn from auto enrolment, and/or eliminate your exposure in respect of auto enrolment, says
Accountants, of all professionals, are the ones who should be best placed to set their fees so as to cover their costs and generate a sufficient profit, writ
You know you want to sack a client, but how can you do this? Mark Lee explores the main options available to you.
I haven’t really done this before. Well not in a pre-planned and organised way.
Consider the following situation:
A property is owned by two people