I can be contacted!


Hi, Andy Burrows here! I’m responsible for the superchargedfinance.com website.

I’m trying to build it to be as useful as possible for Finance and Accounting professionals in business. So I want to be as interactive as possible.

So, if you’ve searched the internet for articles to help you with questions and problems, and you’re not satisfied with what you’ve found, why not ask me? You never know, I may be able to help you find the answers you need.

Andy BurrowsI’ve been working in Finance and Accounting for more than 20 years. And I’ve seen some good and bad ways of doing things. I’ve worked with technical accounting, statutory reporting, management reporting, balanced scorecards, financial analysis (variance analysis, product/customer profitability, etc), forecasting, budgeting, financial modelling (new deals, acquisitions, change options, etc), reviewing project business cases, building business cases, balance sheet reviews and reconciliations, consolidations, project accounting, finance systems implementations, acquisition integrations, managing teams, cost saving initiatives, … all sorts of stuff! Check my LinkedIn Profile if you want to check my credentials a bit more.

And if I don’t think I can help with your question, I’ll just be honest and tell you. What have you got to lose?

What I get out of interacting with people that visit this website is a better insight into where I can help most in the things I write.

You can get in touch, and interact, in a number of different ways:

  • The easiest way, since you’re on this page, is to fill in the contact form below. I’ll reply back as soon as I can.
  • You could find me on Twitter (@boostbizfinance) and send me a direct message, or even mention me in a tweet.
  • Add a comment against any of my blog posts. I get notified of comments and try to reply if I can.
  • Like the Supercharged Finance Facebook page, and comment on posts there.

I look forward to chatting with you online!

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