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Editor's Blog

News and insights from the team behind AccountingWEB.co.uk. Want to know more about us? Click here to meet the team.

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Apr
01
2

Nick Mann's death prompts John Stokdyk to reflect on what news like that means when it's about someone you know.

Mar
24

AccountingWEB is planning some fundamental changes for 2016 and we want to hear from you, our members, about what you want from Any Answers. 

Over the next 10 to 12 months or so, the team here at AccountingWEB will be researching and mapping out some changes to the site.

Mar
12

Imagine if the Budget were a fantasy movie franchise. AccountingWEB’s editors have been dreaming of tax adventures to come.

If we were pitching Budget 2015 as a fantasy movie treatment, it would be like The Hobbit - a lightweight appetiser for more dramatic sequels to follow.

Mar
12
10

Looking ahead to the general election, Rebecca Cave can think of one very easy way to simplify tax for the self-employed.

Mar
03

After a period away from the site, First Tab rejoins us using his original account.

Feb
10

A collection of news snippets, videos and gossip picked up as we talk to exhibitors and delegates at Xerocon.

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New adventures in add-ons 

Jan
16

The first of two finance acts planned for 2015 could get a week or less time for debate in parliament thanks to the general election date fixed for Thursday 7 May, notes John Stokdyk.

Jan
05

For those interested in the editorial topics AccountingWEB plans to cover in 2015 here is a provisional list for the year ahead.

Dec
16
2

Ebeneezer Stokdyk stirs from his seasonal sulk to offer a message of hope and good cheer to AccountingWEB members.

Dec
04
7

John Stokdyk is losing patience as this year’s run of The Apprentice looks increasingly like an artificially staged battle of the sexes. But for watching accountants, there’s one beacon of blonde highlights.

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