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Insight, news and updates from Alliott NZ Chartered Accountants, Auckland New Zealand. The views expressed here are the views of the author and should be discussed in further detail should an article be relevant to your individual circumstances.

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Smashing procrastination

Written by Greg Millar on July 30th, 2018.      0 comments

panic-456Though it can be frustrating, in reality, procrastination has little to do with an apathy for work or an inherent laziness. Read why and how to beat it.
 

Defining what you want

Written by Vanessa Williams on June 11th, 2018.      0 comments

set goals-266Read why working with an accountant who is also a business advisor to set goals, establish metrics, provide real-time monitoring and accountability provides business owners with powerful insight. 

 

Alliotts case study: Armitage Group

Written by Hugh Bowden on April 10th, 2018.      0 comments

CASE STUDY-703As new General Manager Zachary knew and had worked with Hugh Bowden on tax and accounting in his previous company role, he naturally leant on Hugh to assist with structuring and transitioning Armitage Group from the legacy the founder had left.

 

Consider a mentor to guide you in the right direction

Written by Vanessa Williams on July 23rd, 2015.      0 comments

consultant-885In our experience we typically find there are seven success areas for a business to thrive. From managing cash to making sure you have the right talent in place, it can be daunting year after year.

As a business owner, can you confidently tick each box on your own? Or would having a mentor - essentially a business buddy or a sounding board - help keep you on track as well as achieve results?