You know you want to sack a client, but how can you do this? Mark Lee explores the main options available to you.
I haven’t really done this before. Well not in a pre-planned and organised way.
Consider the following situation:
A property is owned by two people
Controversial new fees for workers filing an employment tribunal case introduced today have been criticised by unionists, employment lawyers and employer groups.
Mark Lee explores the tendency for accountants to work for clients without payment – sometimes without realising that is what they are doing.
AccountingWEB member Thomas struck a chord with other practitioners as he asked
Our firm has remained more than resilient throughout the downturn and has continued to grow, however, a particular issue we are experiencing is aged debtors, late payment of invoices and bad debts
I work in practice and one of my Limited company clients has recently submitted a solicitors invoice for fees incurred while defending the company on charges of unfair dismissal from a former emplo
PKF International has reported a 7% growth in overall member firm fees from $2.449bn in 2010 to $2.621bn for the financial year to 30 June 2011.
- Doing something for nothing for clients 8,458 17
- Fees for iXBRL 8,128 41
- I’ll show you mine if you show me yours 7,765 12
- Seven ways to increase your fee income 6,894 5
- Accounting price comparison site sparks fee debate 6,774 31