One-off opinions and contributions from accountancy's great and good.
Nick Brown guides you through a simple Excel technique.
It’s a time all accountants will remember, writes IRIS's product director Steve Cox.
Record numbers of builders are registering to be paid gross as delays receiving end-of-year tax refunds escalate, says Daniel Knowles of Nixon Williams.
The bank referral legislation, which will soon take a giant leap forward when the alternative funding portals receive designation, has shone a light on the importance of signposting small businesses to the alternative business funding sector.
For many organisations spreadsheets are the answer to expense reporting. Half of all UK businesses still make employees submit expense reports on passive spreadsheets or even paper forms, just as they did 25 years ago, says Dean Forbes.
Simon Wright reports on research that reveals as many as seven in ten accountants are calling for a ban on office relationships.
We regularly meet with accountancy businesses of varying sizes, says Matthew Mitten. Last month, we had meetings with around 20 firms - each with very different sets of clients on their books.
With the news of big chain restaurants deducting an admin fee from staff's tips, Stuart Masters investigates whether the Treasury takes its share as well.
At Randstad, we carry out an independent survey of more than 10,000 British workers every year to assess their attitudes to the job market. I’ve been through the results and noticed a significant change in how much importance accountants in particular place on their remuneration