Archives for January 2016

‘Information overload’ could alienate clients, warns expert

Written by Mitchell Turner, and published on “Accountants Daily” on Monday, 11 January 2016 A desire to over-analyse facts and figures could potentially serve as an accountant’s “downfall” when dealing with SME clients, according to one industry expert. Tracey Loubser, managing director of Confident Cashflows Plus, claimed accountants run the risk of overwhelming their clients [Read more…]

Can software generated reports really help accountants build a business advisory service?

By Tracey Loubser As published by “Public Accountant – The official journal of The Institute of Public Accountants” on 8 January 2016 Accountants understand numbers. At a glance we can discern what they mean and what to do about them. SME business owners, on the other hand, tend to be action people – numbers, for [Read more…]