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Offline anotherforumuser

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My business accountant has retired........ actually he did about 5 years ago but this time he really means it..  :(

Anyone out there have an easy going, shonky, good business accountant they'd recommend?

I'm gonna miss mine, been with him for 20 years or more but he's finally had enough.

Feel free to pm if you dont like to give out names in public.

Thanks.



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Offline anotherforumuser

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What business are you in?

I have several different businesses, the major ones involve tourism, property and music management.
Brenton has recommended someone that sounds perfect.



Offline anotherforumuser

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this guy comes highly recommended
That was actually my previous accountant, he was truly amazing. Unfortunately he is now in prison retired. ;)



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I don't like my current job, as far as my qualifications go:

- Calculator on my phone
- I will bring my own pen
- I wear glasses (it makes me look smart)

 :D
Convict by heritage, Guilty by Choice



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A businessman was interviewing applicants for corporate accountant. He   devised a simple test to select the most suitable person for the job: he   asked each applicant the question, "What is two and two?"

The first interviewee was a journalist by training. His answer was "Twenty-two.

The second applicant had an engineering degree. He pulled out a slide rule and showed the answer to be between 3.999 and 4.001.

The next person was a former legal researcher. He stated that in the   case of Jenkins v Commissioner of Stamp Duties, two and two was proven   to be four.

The last applicant only had a sixth-grade education. The now rather frustrated businessman asked him, "How much is two and two?"

The applicant got up from his chair, went over to the door and closed   it, then came back and sat down. He leaned across the desk and said in a   low voice, "How much do you want it to be?"    He got the job.



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