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How important is money for you?

Moushumi Sikand

I'm a certified CPA with years of experience working with small and medium sized businesses in a variety of industries. I've helped my clients streamline their accounting processes, create realistic financial forecasts, and make strategic business decisions based on their numbers.

Doubting oneself, dealing with uncertainty, battling imposter syndrome—these are universal struggles. Surprisingly, everyone confronts these challenges.

However, there are moments when clarity prevails, dispelling all doubts. For me, this moment arrived a few months ago, sparking the idea of launching my own business.

This wasn’t just any idea; it was meticulously planned. I had a clear vision of what I wanted to achieve, my collaborators, how to leverage my strengths, and the ethical principles guiding my business. Boundaries were set to protect my personal life, and a commitment to treat my team responsibly was ingrained in my approach.

I dove into the endeavour, putting in hard work when needed.

Being honoured by Xero as the Sole Practitioner Of The Year, chosen from a pool of over 700 applicants, this recognition feels like the culmination of that effort—a recognition of my dedication within a brief yet valuable timeframe. This is not just an endpoint; it marks the beginning of something greater.

I express gratitude to those who collaborated with me, recommended my services, and supported me throughout this transformative journey.

Let’s take ‘untangling the finances’ off your to-do list

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