In his third article on cloud software for practice, John Stokdyk examines what’s currently available, and what’s coming soon.
Thomson Reuters and AccountingWEB teamed up to put on a free, live webinar on 19 June at 11am.
The Thomson Reuters tax and accounting division unveiled a suite of hosted tools for UK practitioners at the Accountex event in London this month.
Cloud computing represents a big change in the way accountants work, but many practitioners don’t know where to start with this emerging technology.
Sole practitioner Malcolm Ross scooped the top prize of a Kindle Fire HD in Digita’s recent survey on technology and your practice.
Technology is permanently changing, but how are accountants adapting to it?
It’s mid-March; the skiing holidays have been taken, the feet put up and the work backlog tackled - so it’s time to start preparing for the January 2014 self asses
Life after self assessment for most accountants appears to be dominated with catch-ups and recovery after the rigours of tax season.
We currently use the IRIS accountancy suite for practice software. I have been really thinking to change providers due to the significant price increases that they have every year.
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