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Jan
27

HMRC’s new self assessment ad campaign requires a double take when you first come across it.

Jan
14

AcountingWEB STILL needs you! Many people have already completed the survey, but we want to ensure everyone has a say about AccountingWEB.co.uk’s upcoming relaunch.  

Jan
11
1

It might be surprising to hear that one of the enduring mysteries Incan culture is related to accountancy. But it is. And perhaps frustratingly, there’s no Any Answers to untangle this quandary.

Jan
07

The accountancy landscape is changing.

Cloud-based accounting has drifted into the professions’ landscape and there’s no sign of it clearing. Some accountants approach this challenge as an opportunity; others see it as a threat.

Dec
17

Christmas is all about giving, and so AccountingWEB is giving you the chance to let us know what you think about the website.

Dec
17

As many of you will be easing into self assessment season or a well-deserved break at the end of a busy year, this plan outlines some of the key topics we aim to cover in 2016.

Dec
11
2

The Bristol Friends of Automatic Enrolment chapter met recently to discuss master trusts and came to a collective conclusion that choosing a provider carefully was one of the most important decisions in the AE experience.

Dec
11
2

AccountingWEB editor John Stokdyk reports on a glorious night at the ICB’s LUCA Award ceremony.

It's not every day you get to experience a Gwyneth Paltrow moment. But on Wednesday night I found myself on the stage at BAFTA shaking hands with Prince Michael.

Dec
03
3

With the end of the year imminent and all that entails for accountants, we like to do our bit for seasonal good cheer by celebrating the stars of our community.

Nov
27
5

The day after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday. It is seen as the official start of Christmas shopping season and is marked by extreme discounts. Leave it to our American cousins to attain the zenith of commercial zealousness, I guess.

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