The co-founder of the nationally renowned New Zealand law firm, Cone Marshall, has recently offered his expertise in tax law to the owners of several New Zealand law firms in an effort to train new professionals and serve the citizens of New Zealand. Geoffrey Cone, the CEO of ConeMarshall who has an extensive background in tax law and trust establishment that was developed over his 30 year career, has developed a focused plan to improve the tax and trust industry in New Zealand and around the world. During an interview with a business weekly magazine, Cone stated that his expertise in the field of tax law is currently helping new legal professionals to establish reputable tax firms, develop business plans with long-term objectives, and create incentives for clients that create stable relationships.
Establishment of Reputable Tax Firms
During his interview with one of New Zealand’s business weekly publications, Geoffrey Cone stated that his contribution to the education of new legal professionals is currently helping new attorneys to build reputable tax firms. Cone educates new professionals through the recently developed consultation services offered by the Cone Marshall law firm. Cone stated that the establishment of reputable tax firms is the most important step in the development of a community that is brimming with excellent tax and trust establishment services.
Development of Business Plans With Long-Term Objectives
Geoffrey Cone also discussed the importance of educating new professionals about the development of business plans that implement a long-term perspective. Cone stated that business plans often focus on the issues like client intake and cash flow options but neglect aspects of long term development. Cone described the process that he endured during the development of Cone Marshall as a journey that requires business owners to operate with an end goal in mind. By sharing his tax law and business development expertise with new professionals, Cone hopes to inspire attorneys to complete the journey of business ownership.
Creation of Incentives for Clients
As he wrapped up his interview with the business weekly magazine, Geoffrey Cone discussed the development of incentive programs for the clients of newly established tax and trust establishment firms. Cone stated that the implementation of client incentives in a newly established law firm can create a positive relationship between the firm’s owners and the firm’s clients. Cone hopes to continue to offer the wisdom he has earned through years of service in the legal profession to those who are new to the tax law industry.