ACCOUNTANT ADVANTAGE

Do you know the right questions to ask when acquiring a great accountant? Understanding your financial health is critical to your business’ success and wellbeing. In this guide, find the accountant audit and accountant questions to make the right decisions for your business.

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When you’re a trade business owner, understanding your financial health is critical to your success. Without knowing your numbers, how do you make the rights decisions on behalf of your business?

Can you afford to employ new staff?

Is there scope to purchase a new piece of equipment?

What capacity is there to take up new office space?

With the right accountant in your corner, you’ll have this knowledge. The question is, how do you know if you have the right accountant?

In this guide you will find out:

Learn how to do an effective 'Accountant Audit'

Understand the right questions to ask your accountant

Make an informed decision for your business' financial health

Andy & Angela Smith

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We’re Andy and Angela Smith, owners of Dr. DRiP Plumbing, co-founders of Lifestyle Tradie and authors of Start Up, Scale Up, Sell Up. Since 2009, we’ve been teaching tradies in business how to start up, scale up and sell up using a proven step-by-step formula we created after hitting rock bottom in business ourselves. We climbed out the hard way, learning our biggest lessons through expensive trial and error.

Think back to why you became a trade business owner in the first place. Is it working out the way you thought it would? Most tradies have aspirations to be their own boss one day. Here’s the thing: TAFE only taught you the rules and regulations. Your first boss only taught you how to swing a hammer. You’ve never been taught how to become a business owner, have you? That’s where our online training can help.

Our lives were in complete chaos. Now, Andy is completely off the tools. He chooses to spend about one-hour on Dr. DRiP each week. Want to get your life back, too?

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