2020 says most accountants are charging £250 for iXBRL
I attended 2020 small firms conference yesterday. One point that was mentioned that accountants should charge addditional £250 for iXbrl. The point made was that most of their members do this. They said this was one way to increase fees.
With simplicity of VT, I do not see any justification for additional fees. Further, I am not adding any value to the client by doing this.
On this aspect I think 2020 is completely out of touch with reality. Am I wrong?
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