Mark Lee wonders whether accountants do all they can to ensure clients appreciate their efforts.
As practitioners you will be well versed in advising clients on managing their business cash flow but often I see practices who struggle to manage their own cash flow, says Finola McManus.
Hello All, I am about to embark on the exciting adventure of starting my own accountancy firm called 'The Accounting Shed' based in Knutsford, Cheshire.
The old saying is that those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Downton Abbey, the BBC’s popular period drama, albeit a work of fiction, is one such historical example.
Just to be clear at the outset, I have no moral or commercial problem with the legal minimisation of tax in a legal manner - hell, that's a big part of my job description. Business is tough, and t
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Mark Lee ponders the secret desires and ambitions that accountants may be harbouring at this time of year.
Your instinctive reply to the question posed in the title of this piece is probably “of course not”, says Mark Lee.
‘Relationology’ recognises the importance of relationships in a client’s buying decision, says Matt Bird.