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Apr
12
1

Cloud storage sounds ideal: it makes your information easy to access and easy to share; storage space is unlimited and it’s low cost, explains Iron Mountain’s Christian Toon.

Apr
04

The UK has seen a rise in commercial debt in recent months with 266,000 small-to-medium sized businesses considering it a “major problem”, according to new research from Graydon.

Mar
19

Although many consider the accountancy sector to be ‘recession-proof’, the profession is still under increased pressure as businesses rely on their accountants to minimise their financial difficulties, says Jessica Pryce-Jones.  

Mar
15
1

Michael Evans, CEO of PrecisionPoint Software, argues that even after 20 years business intelligence tools are still failing to meet financial analysis and reporting needs. What FDs need are better, more trusted financial analysis tools.

Dec
21

Gabelle's managing director Paula Tallon explains how Santa Claus could be subject to VAT in this festive blog post.

Nov
29
2

With the Autumn Statement only a few days away, there will be millions of small business owners wondering whether the changes announced are going to be of any benefit, writes Bobby Lane, partner at Shelly Stock Hutter.

Oct
08
1

Credit management specialist CREMENASS puts the case for accountants to get more closely involved with people who can help clients in cash flow distress.

Sep
27

Tax avoidance has been a hot topic in recent months with public figures taking a very deliberate stance designed to trigger a wave of public opinion against individuals who structure their business and financial affairs in order to pay less tax.

Sep
13
1

Mike Down and Gary Heynes from Baker Tilly raise concerns that HMRC is applying its ‘new’ penalty regime for inaccurate tax returns a bit too zealously.

Aug
23

Accountants can sense change taking place all around them. Twinfield co-founder André Kwakernaat argues that information transparency, collaboration and social media will help the profession adapt to the challenges it faces.

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