Where are you going?

Are you self-employed?

You may have gone into business for all sorts of reasons. Perhaps you want to make as much money as possible as quickly as you can. You may have other responsibilities which take up some of your time and attention but not want to settle for a mundane part-time job, or you might be on a personal crusade to create a better world. Quite possibly you just want to make a reasonable living without having to put up with idiots telling you what to do. It doesn't matter. It's perfectly possible to succeed on your terms and according to your definition of success.

To create that success you need to make the right decisions about what you do every day, and it's a lot easier to do that if you've got accurate and relevant infomation about what you did in the past and what effect it had. Doing the same things again will probably produce a similar result - which may or may not be a good thing. It's certainly helpful to know which.

It isn't necessarily difficult or expensive to take information which you already have to produce for a tax return and make it work harder for you and your business. That's what I aim to do.

Or considering a major life change?

It's difficult to make big decisions, but it gets easier when you can see the paths available and have a bit more idea where they are likely to lead. At the moment, you know what you want to achieve but the aim may be a bit blurred. I've probably come across your situation or something very similar before. Between us we can cast some light on those paths and make the focus sharper - and the right outcome more likely.

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