Keeping it flexible

Keeping it flexible

When we are planning for people, this is always based on their objectives. Now this may sound obvious but from previous experience of other companies this is far from the process followed by some in our industry. By being objective led it makes the job far more...
Getting your ducks in a row

Getting your ducks in a row

Here’s one I’m sure the majority can relate to – having that idea to renovate a room in your house. I’ve recently decided to undertake the joy of modernising my bathroom. I had one of those moments where I was shocked at how much a tap costs and had to pull my poker...
Creating choice

Creating choice

I had a great conversation the other day with a chartered accountant contact of mine who also went solo during the spring of 2020.  He had become frustrated that his fellow partners within his tax advisory firm were not seeking for new solutions for clients and had...
Risk – what to do?

Risk – what to do?

Risk is something we face in every day life and sometimes it’s dealt with through our subconscious mind and other times it’s in our faces. Managing your personal finances is no different and there is arguably risk in every decision. Buying a house is a risk, putting...
Ancient greeks and all things sport

Ancient greeks and all things sport

What a week off!  I’ve recently returned from Devon enjoying some time away with my fiancé and golden retriever to have a small break from the office and enjoy the UK “summer”.  The temperature didn’t break 20C and we had to dodge the showers to spend most of our time...
Enjoy the journey….

Enjoy the journey….

We received an unwanted update this week; to be told that the end of lockdown restrictions on 21st June were being pushed back by four weeks. This is a blow to many and is understandably causing a lot of controversy within our government and media. I have heard many...