In a country where endurance sauna contests are the norm, it shouldn’t really come as a surprise that the latest craze to sweep Finland combines social media and earth diggers.
Our technical boffins have done most of the engineering and design work and are now planning the trickiest part of our overhaul - migrating a hundred thousand users and more even content items to the new database on Tuesday evening (2 August).
Head of community Jenny Ogden pulls back the curtain to reveal what has been going on behind the scenes to prepare the next version of AccountingWEB.co.uk. Having moved into the testing phase with our volunteer users, the wraps are almost ready to come off.
Ever since HMRC announced that it planned to make online filing of company accounts mandatory in the iXBRL format, most of the comments on AccountingWEB.co.uk have centred around the mechanics of the system.
Government pensions are in the news, but as some clients of Jennifer Adams discovered, the basic state pension can spring an ugly surprise for those who discover that they have not paid enough contributions to qualify for the full amount.
A crusading epoch comes to an end today as Sir David Tweedie retires as chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board. AccountingWEB.co.uk editor John Stokdyk presents a personal view of the standards-setter’s remarkable career and communication style.
Lord Sugar, the champion of accountancy in episode one of the latest series of ‘The Apprentice’, gave short shrift to another profession last night when h
John Stokdyk reminisces about an evening spent with friends (both on- and off-line) at the Taxation Awards. But one familiar face was missing.
As the baby boomers approach retirement, a new generation is driving forward social media use in the workplace, explains Robert Lovell.
A room full of accountants at a formal dinner in a grand hotel might not be everybody’s idea of a rip-roaring night out on the town, writes deputy editor Robert Lovell.