On Thursday I attended the latest event in Receipt Bank's 'Practice Exchange' series, says Ben Smith, UK publisher for AccountingWEB.
NetSuite’s mega conference in San Jose last week had the excitement and glamour of a large festival, but it wasn’t just the musicians and technology gurus taking on the ‘rockstar’ label.
Many of you will be aware that it’s the profession’s Glastonbury this week. Yes, Accountex will bring its annual circus of software and accountancy to the ExCel Arena in London and AccountingWEB is the official media partner.
In late 2012, I came to Bristol from Ireland to work on one of the most vibrant, active and engaging communities in the accounting and finance sector in the UK: AccountingWEB.
The great and the good of the tax profession gathered in central London last night to raise a glass to outgoing Taxation editor Mike Truman.
Accountants rarely feature in popular culture as lead characters, even less as heroes. They’re often background fodder; grey suited and accursed bean counters.
There are some that buck the trend though and I’ve gone and collected my five most favourite examples.
Nick Mann's death prompts John Stokdyk to reflect on what news like that means when it's about someone you know.
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.
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.
Looking ahead to the general election, Rebecca Cave can think of one very easy way to simplify tax for the self-employed.