AccountingWEB’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame lost one of its heroes over the weekend with news that Lou Reed had passed away after batt
Join us from 3.30pm as we live blog the HMRC Public Accounts Committee annual report and accounts 2012 - 13 session.
Whether it’s a parent, Richard Branson or Jessica Ennis, most of us look up to or find ourselves inspired by others at some point in our lives.
The AccountingWEB team was bestowed another award last night as ‘Accountancy Media of the Year’ at the Association of International Accountants (AIA) Founders' Lectu
The brick vaults of VinopolisLondon provided the backdrop for AccountingWEB’s 2013 Practice Excellence Awards ceremony on Thursday
John Stokdyk and Rachael Power attended Xerocon London last week, along with more than 460 accountants and add-on partners. Here are some of their highlights and views from the two-day conference.
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Over the summer I was fortunate enough to get my hands on the first four seasons of US television crime drama ‘Breaking Bad’ and it occurred to me that accountants could pick up a few pointers from protagonist Walter White.
A recent exchange about “bean counters” gave editor John Stokdyk a pause to reflect on the uses and otherwise of Twitter.
AccountingWEB publisher Andy North previews the new format for our regular email bulletins.
HMRC this week trumpeted the success so far of its transition to real time information (RTI) for PAYE, with head of RTI communications Jane Brothwood claiming in a blog that more than 1.5m employer PAYE schemes are now reporting via the RTI mechanism that was introduced in April.