We can all remember occasions when we have prevaricated, when we have found reasons to avoid decisions. For professionals this is usually, although not exclusively, due to “unknowns” that require further research.
Which leads on to a remarkable realisation: we all know what we know, we have a good idea what it is that we don’t know, but what about issues that we don’t yet know – that we don’t know?
How do we access that dark matter, the stuff that we don’t know that we don’t know?
Informanagement is built on the assumption that information is valuable. It would seem to be counter-intuitive that we can direct research to areas of knowledge that we have no memories, no past encounters with, and yet without this inaccessible knowledge, will we arrive at unworkable conclusions?
There are clichés that underline this situation: a little knowledge is a dangerous thing… The truth of this impasse is that we may never have all the facts at our finger tips, but we can shorten those odds.
The key is to access information feeds that summarise facts, and in this way, those elusive issues that might otherwise elude us, may be revealed. At Informanagement this is a key bonus to accessing and reading our newsfeeds; there may be a bunch of information that you already know, or that you are aware of and need more data, but the odd chestnut may be revealed that gives you access to that elusive nugget of information that closes the loop.
If you would like to see what we produce and how this might help you expand your knowledge base on tax and related issues, call to discuss your options.