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Discussion in 'General Discussions and Lounge' started by Bionic_Woman, May 16, 2007.

  1. Bionic_Woman

    Bionic_Woman Guest

    Do you do your own accountancy or do you pay somebody else to do it for you?

    One of my neighbours is an accountant and all the taxi drivers go to him to have theirs done.
  2. temi

    temi Facilitator Webmaster

    I have an accountant that does my bookkeeping and accountancy stuff, its the most boring chore I find, having to gather receipt for £20 petrol here, £5 stationery there :(
  3. gkd_uk

    gkd_uk Guest

    Bionic Woman

    Are you a full time webmaster or do you have a day job aswell?
  4. Bionic_Woman

    Bionic_Woman Guest

    I do not work at the moment gkd_uk.

    I am currently studying. How come you ask? :)
  5. gkd_uk

    gkd_uk Guest

    Temi is a full time webmaster

    I have a fulltime job but have just recently started a couple of websites which is more of a hobby.

    Just wanted to know a bit more about you :)
  6. Bionic_Woman

    Bionic_Woman Guest

    That's ok gkd_uk. :)

    You must not get much sleep then with a full time job and running forums. :D
  7. gkd_uk

    gkd_uk Guest

    I'm at work right now :)
  8. leehaddin

    leehaddin New Member Webmaster

    Don't. Accounting service are relatively cheap (e.g. in Europe, you can get an accountant for 30€/hour), and as you are likely to have just a few bills per month, skilled accountant can do the job for you in 15-30 minutes. Just invest a couple of hundred bucks that you need to pay them for six months and spend the time you save by securing your financing or improving your product.
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