Wow! Stacey, you have proved to me the good old adage of ‘you don’t know what you don’t know’. Having operated my business for two years now I thought I knew about budgeting, cash flow and EOFY planning – I was wrong. Your e-book was easy to read and written in a way that I felt like it was me asking the question! Anyone running their own business needs to read this e-book. Even if you think you’ve got it all sorted there will be something in here that you can take away and implement in your business.
Amanda Anderson, The Tenant Company
Looking to ‘kick start’ a big business idea? The Start Up Guide places answers to ‘stupid’ financial questions at the reader’s finger tips. Practical, no-nonsense advice.
Amanda Elmer, A Thoughtful You
Wow! I’m so glad I read this ebook now while my business is just getting started. Not only did it answer the questions I didn’t feel comfortable to ask, but also gave me answers to questions I didn’t know I should ask!! I now have enough information to know what I need to do for now, and I also know what the triggers are for needing additional information and where to go to get it. I recommend this ebook to every entrepreneur who is focused on getting their business off the ground, but knows they are going to need to get their ducks in a row.
Jodie Thornton, Jodie Thornton – Parenting Coach
After working in the accounting and finance space for close to 15 years, and being faced with two redundancies (both whilst on maternity leave), Stacey knew there must be a different way to offer accounting and bookkeeping services with more flexibility, more relationships with clients and a hell of a lot more fun.
Starting her consulting business, Healthy Business Finances, in 2013, she focuses on offering Financial Coaching, Accounting, MYOB/Xero Training and Bookkeeping services to start-ups, business owners and entrepreneurs.
Practical guidance using cloud technology to service clients Australia wide – but also with a no bull shit approach.
Jargon free, no briefcase in sight – Stacey is far from your “typical” accountant – and that is just how she likes it.
In 2016, Stacey launched FEAT group – which stands for Financial Education Accounting & Training. This membership based platform provides online support to ensure start-ups can access accurate and reliable financial information at a price they can afford.
Pre-recorded videos and monthly live webinars enables more and more business owners access to the accounting help and business information they need, but can also afford.