Business modelling: The new business planning

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Accountants should focus their attention on working with the assets they already have, rather than aiming for growth, according to a recent debate.

In the final video conversation on the 21st century client-accountant relationship, Ric Payne, chief exective of Principa, sole practitioner Paul Scholes and charity owner Richard Pendlebury debated growth stimulation and business modelling.

Scholes is not a fan of growth at all costs, saying that it ultimately leads to you getting greedy and “fat”. Accountants should be focussing their clients on making...

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05th Dec 2013 16:24

Different words, same message

The answer is for accountants to provide clients with an opportunity to step back from the day to day hassle and create a plan which has a sound financial model in terms of profitability, liquidity and return on investment.

Sackmans Accountants

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