As a profession we rely on a balance of older and younger workers, says Tim Vye of Randstad Financial & Professional.
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If you're sending tax returns by email you should take steps to protect yourself. One firm ignored this rule and found itself facing the threat of legal action, says Matt Bailey of Gbooks.
Amongst many businesses there was historically a perception that asset finance was a secondary funding option, to be used only when your bank said “no”.
Mobile devices, the cloud and social media are leading to huge changes in consumers’ expectations, says Digita's product manager Ian Cooper. It is thanks to solutions such as Apple Pay and Uber that we are able to stay connected with instant gratification.
Employees in the UK are giving their employers an estimated £910m every year in unclaimed expenses, writes Kara Walsh.
As we gear up for the New Year, Mario Spanicciati, chief strategy officer of BlackLine outlines the top priorities for F&A in 2016.
The UK’s service charge industry has an estimated annual value of £8bn total expenditure, with retail being responsible for approximately 50% of this.
In the world of SME finance (a seriously hot topic at present) both accountants in practice and FDs are regularly called upon for advice. The rise of alternative funding has had a huge impact on this area, but so too has the emergence of a more mature business owner (the over 55s).
Accounting was once portrayed as a man’s world. It was depicted as a world of pinstripe suits, long lunches and golf at the club. That changed dramatically during the 1990s.