Practitioner's Diary

One of the things that sets a good restaurant or hotel apart from the average ones is great service.

I get the feeling that as practices become more and more focused on limited company clients we are all becoming more deadline-driven.

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... it being I.T., that is, information technology.

My third tip for start-up practices is simply: use technology to the max.

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My tip No.2 for start-up practices is one born out of the pain and hassle of not doing this myself in the first place.

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Over the years I have probably mused on this topic many times.

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Nearly at the end of the 2014 P11Ds, just a few stragglers to pick off when they return from Glastonbury Festival.

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An email targeting accountants which purports to be from a potential client but contains a virus has been doing the rounds, according to AccountingWEB members.

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June seems to come round with alarming regularity, and with it the annual dash to get P11D returns filed.

And once again I'm left with a feeling that most of them are probably wrong.

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It's been one of those days today. I formed a new company for a client on 22 April and have been waiting for the UTR for weeks now.

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Like most practices, we get a steady stream of prospective new clients coming to us out of the blue, especially when SA returns first drive in April/May, and again in December/January when panic se

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