Rebecca Cave reviews the proposed increases in fees, levies, rates and supplements.
Mark Lee challenges accountants to charge more rather than less and to focus on the value that they provide to clients, not the work they do.
Many accountants tell me that they don’t get enough business through their website. There could be a variety of reasons for this of course.
The second in a series of articles in which practice strategist Steve Pipe reviews the evidence on how UK accountants price.
My ACCA fees have gone up by a combined rate of 7.4% over the last 2 years. This is what they've been charging me:
Membership : 2014 - £205, 2015 - £211, 2016 - £221
Raising your fees is always a difficult subject to broach with clients.
Enquiry case. Client has a good salary, but little asset backing. A possible outcome is that HMRC could bankrupt him.
While I offer some advisory services, most of work is compliance based.
Nearly two-thirds of respondents surveyed for the Bankstream Accountants Confidence index have been affected by a squee
AccountingWEB spoke to Will Farnell, a long time member, about how early adoption of technology and a novel fee structure have helped his practice grow.