In his third article on cloud software for practice, John Stokdyk examines what’s currently available, and what’s coming soon.
Globalisation is beginning to accelerate within the accountancy profession, helped along by cloud accounting software that lets practitioners work with their clients anywhere, at any time.
Wolters Kluwer-owned Twinfield launched a new user interface (UI) and additional features for its cloud software at the National Accountancy Day conference i
With self assessment season on the horizon and client information trickling in, John Stokdyk and Rachael Power look for new ways to tackle incomplete records jobs.
As predicted the increase in the audit threshold last October to the European maxima of (two from) £6.5m turnover/50 employees/£3.6m balance sheet total assets has caused many smaller firms to reco
The Financial Reporting Standard Applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland (FRS 102) due to take effect in January 2015 is beginning to attract anxious glances from technical accountants.
CCH, the tax and practice software wing of Wolters Kluwer, is the latest developer to introduce a web portal for sharing and approving documentation with clients.
Preparing accounts for LLPs can be perceived as being tricky to some practitioners, owing to the newness of their 10-year existence.
Small businesses and entrepreneurs are looking for an adviser and not an accountant, according to managing director of Wolte
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