REVIEW 2: Absolute Certainty by John Haylock

Accountingweb member lisimano provides us with her view of Absolute Certainty by John Haylock:

Wilcoskip gives a good portrayal of the premise of the book, so it seems unnecessary to go over old ground.

Therefore, here is my opinion on how enjoyable and useful the book is:

I don't think this book will tell you anything you don't know already, if you are fairly modern in your approach to running a small practice.

What is does do is remind you, in very easily digestible terms, that you are probably not putting what you know into practice.

This is a book that can easily be read in one or two sittings and I agree with wilcoskip that it is the kind of book that you can return to and dip into.

After reading the book I was determined that I would follow up on a couple of ideas and implement them into my own practice, and I do intend to, once another hideous January is over.

Who knows - maybe next January will be different if I implement some of the ideas - it works in the book!

Definitely worth a read!

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