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Live your Life Cycle, Morgan McKinley style

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It all started last November when we wanted to get involved in the 1% Difference campaign. We were looking for a small charity to partner with where we would use our skills and expertise to really support and help drive a charity. IT consultant Stephen O Brien suggested Live your Life Cycle, which was set up 2 years ago by the O’Sullivan family to raise funds for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association in memory of their mother Betty Rue O'Sullivan.

Bounce back from every defeat

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Unfortunately I missed the first game due to a conference. As I awaited for the text of the result from game 1, it came through, we won 21– 0. I couldn’t believe it! It turned out to be a lie, we lost 22-3. Obviously we thought this was a once off as we knew we had such great talent. Unfortunately, it was a sign of things to come; 9 games 9 defeats, it was tough pill to swallow!

How you could build the best accounting practice: Part 5

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How would you like to have that “ideal accounting practice” with :-

  • no capital tied up in debtors or work-in-progress,
  • no compliance deadline stress,
  • a bunch of happy clients who respect your opinion and value the benefits that you bring to their business
  • happy team members
  • a constant flow of clients referred to your practice each month

 

And here are the 5 steps:

Demand currently outstripping supply

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In line with our commitment to keep professionals working in the Tax discipline up to date with employment and recruitment trends, early in 2014 Morgan McKinley conducted an international survey of its consultants in four key markets. We found significant contrasts between regions, with the UK and Ireland markets gathering strong momentum, whereas things are moving more slowly in Singapore and Hong Kong, though for different reasons:

The Future is Now

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Chair for the evening was CEO of Cork Chamber, Conor Healy, who kicked off proceedings with an overview of recent developments in the Cork region. Conor noted that due to the available talent pool, infrastructure and indeed appetite for attracting Inward Investment companies to the region, Cork has announced 1,700 new jobs year to date in conjunction with the IDA.

Training for a New Career is a Big Decision

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Morgan McKinley were delighted to sponsor and present at the event. The evening itself ran very well with plenty of enthusiasm and engagement demonstrated from all! 

Training for a new career is a big decision so it really was an excellent opportunity for potential students to find out much more about the CIMA qualification, what the course entails and future career prospects both here in Ireland and abroad. Speakers on the evening included:

How to have that ideal accounting practice: Part 4

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How would you like to have that “ideal accounting practice” with:

  • no capital tied up in debtors or work-in-progress,
  • no compliance deadline stress,
  • a bunch of happy clients who respect your opinion and value the benefits that you bring to their business
  • happy team members
  • a constant flow of clients referred to your practice each month

 

And here are the five steps: