“It’s amazing the amount of work it takes to do something like it looks effortless.” - Bryce Sanders.
The first article in this series of articles argued that there is a market for accountants to take on
For most practitioners, there’s a natural tendency to focus on business clients first and to treat their personal affairs as an adjunct to the core service.
Over the past couple of weeks, AccountingWEB has gained exclusive access to a unique encounter between Father Christmas and his new accountant, Alan Woods of Wirral-based Woods Squared.
Accountancy now more than ever hinges technology.
You can’t just rely on post-it notes and your own memory to organise the number tasks and client requests you deal with.
Are professional services firms turning into event organisers? After attending a 200-strong conference in Brighton, John Stokdyk considers their growing role within accountancy.
Accountants are great at balancing the books, but sometimes they’re not as effective in balancing their time.
Most accountants recognise that good record-keeping doesn’t just help with compliance; it’s good for the business too.