Mark Lee explores the tendency for accountants to work for clients without payment – sometimes without realising that is what they are doing.
Mark Lee interviews financial guru, Saul Djanogly who has some unorthodox views about financial advice that may resonate with accountants.
Accountants are generally luckier than lawyers, partly due to the existence of recurring work, in terms of annual accounts and tax returns, and also the fact
Mark Lee explains the three Rs as they could apply to start-up accountancy practices.
Mark Lee returns to a topic that generated much interest earlier in the year.
Mark Lee interviews Stephen Harvard Davis who believes that business owners should stop trying to plan too far ahead and focus instead on the future they don’t yet know.
Image is an important part of many people’s lives and professions and accountancy is no exception, even for Sift Media's finance director Steven Priscott, pictured on the right.
Mark Lee met up with Nick Fitzherbert, a member of The Magic Circle, to talk about the success he has been having in coaching finance directors in presentation ski
The media suggests that a recent professional negligence case imposes an obligation on accountants to advise on tax schemes.
Social media is proving to be somewhat of a hotbed of leads for financial authorities across the world, and this most recent case is one solid example.