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Workshop - Understanding What You Made And Where It Went


Mon 16 Apr 2018, 9:00am–12:00pm

Where: Strictly Savvy, 12 Railway Ave, Upper Hutt, Wellington Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Online Ticket: $79.00
  • In-Person Ticket: $179.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Jo Jensen

Do you get to the end of the month and look at your business’s bank balance and wonder why it doesn’t reflect your profit?

Join us for the single most important workshop you'll attend this year. If you're in business, you need to understand your financials.

This fun and interactive workshop has had rave reviews on how it made the penny drop for people and that they could finally understand the flow of money through their business, and what their financial reports actually meant.

This workshop will help you understand what profit your business made and where it went, and why understanding this is probably the most important thing you can learn in business.

Most businesses fail not because of a lack of profit, but for a lack of cash - and Bruce will show you why.

By the end of the day, you will understand how money flows through your business, how to understand financial statements and where all the profit goes!

Your Presenter - Bruce Stormer, Mad About Numbers.

Bruce Stormer owns an accounting firm in Wellington city with a focus on making sure you get your tax planning right. Bruce provides cashflow advice to a wide range of clients and has a keen interest in working with business owners to see them achieve their goals.

With a knack for simplifying accounting for his clients, he helps them understand what they made and where it went.

Don't be fooled into thinking Bruce is just another boring accountant, he'll have you smiling and laughing the whole way through.

Online and In-Person tickets available. Book your seat today!