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With less than 30 working days until UK GAAP is dramatically altered, accountants have to get up to speed to prevent being non-compliant or risk failing their clients, writes IRIS CEO Phill Robinson.
Head of Tax at RJP LLP Lesley Stalker asks, since when did paying less tax become morally questionable?
We’ve all been there, it’s that crucial email a client or the boss is screaming for or that call to clinch a deal and suddenly, well nothing, says Daniel Mitchell, co-founder and director of Lifeline IT
Managing director of Twinfield UK Barbara Kroll outlines how the cloud can help firms solve a vertical challenge.
Pension planning and exit strategies for business owners are back in the limelight, following increased attention on the amount people need to put aside for retirement, the pensions overhaul and concerns that many are simply not saving enough, says Chris Meyer of
Atlas Products country manager for Ireland and BASDA general council member Bill Pugsley offers some insights into the current European debate surrounding e-invoicing standards.
Building your business reputation through Twitter may feel like a daunting process, especially if you have not tweeted before, says Stephen Hagues of Retiring Accountant.
The construction industry gets more than its fair share of attention from HMRC, says SJD Accountancy MD Claire Johnson.