UK practitioners have been caught on the hop by clients who are demanding advisory and technology services that their accountants are currently failing to provide, according to new research from In
With just three months to go until the 31 January self-assessment deadline, Ros Campbell says there is still time to prepare your practice.
In his third article on cloud software for practice, John Stokdyk examines what’s currently available, and what’s coming soon.
I was reading Man of Kent's recent blog on where do you want to go got me thinking.
It seems the easy solution to growing your client portfolio.... you buy out a fellow professional and pay a multiple of 0.9-1.1 times the GRF of their client portfolio.
Globalisation is beginning to accelerate within the accountancy profession, helped along by cloud accounting software that lets practitioners work with their clients anywhere, at any time.
Are you looking for new software for your practice, or perhaps an upgrade to existing systems to cope with the demands of self assessment season?
Suddenly all the tax and practice suppliers are talking about cloud computing.
John Stokdyk brings back a first-hand report from California on the generational and gender conflicts shaping the accountancy profession.
The nine contenders for this year’s Practice Excellence Awards have been unveiled.