December is the month with the fewest daylight hours in the Northern Hemisphere and is the month when couples argue the most. To counter the “melancholy and phlegm” brought on by December, Richard Saunders, writing in 1679, recommended eating cabbage, onion and roasted apples or pears after meals.
However, the stock market tends to do better in December than any other month. This has been put down to something called the ‘Santa rally’.
In this month’s newsletter Kevin continues his blog looking at Windows issues, we look at a glittering event celebrating excellence in accountancy, and there’s a link to a site containing good advice on setting up and optimizing your Dynamics installation
British Accountancy Awards
We were a finalist at the awards that recognise excellence. It was good for us to be publicly recognised for our work in optimising the close-to-report cycle reporting process
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