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The Top 5 Accountancy Resolutions of 2015

written by Editor, 16 January 2015

Blog By Amanda Magri Overend, Marketing Assistant
Accountancy Resolutions

Happy New Year from all of us here at the Digita business of Thomson Reuters! To kick start 2015, we’ve collated the top 5 accountancy New Year’s resolutions from the competition we ran last month to practices using Digita software.

Here are our favourite five…

1. To Have a Strategic Plan

Enter the New Year with a clear focus on your practice goals, plan the approach you take to achieve the goal and boil this down to the tactics you need to implement. Having an objective is crucial to practice growth and helps to avoid unnecessary stress and pressure from having not planned ahead.

Accountancy Resolutions

2. To Promote a Team Culture

Bring your team together and reflect on the previous achievements from the last 12 months and discuss the goals you want to accomplish for the New Year. By involving the whole team, you get them excited about your practice vision and recommit them to the long-term targets.

3. To Learn Something New

This could be related to business or not, however it will help to develop your skills at work and add a further interest to your life. This is important when you’re aiming to achieve a work-life balance. This could be taking up yoga or developing new business relationships.

4. To Increase Social Media Activity

Connect with likeminded people and your target audience and regularly update your social media pages with fresh and exciting content. Share ideas, polls and tips in your statuses to engage with your connections and display your practice expertise. Read more.

5. To Improve Client Communication

Having a solid network of communication is a key factor to building and sustaining a long-term relationship with your clients. Analysing the results of current engagement and acting on them could not only save your practice time and money but effectively meet and exceed your client needs, resulting in increased retention.

What are your work and personal New Year’s resolutions for 2015? Let us know by commenting below.

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