The arguments about the merits or otherwise of on line accountancy practices have been raging for a while now.
starting out in practice
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In response to a recent Any Answers question, Nigel Harris draws together advice from AccountingWEB.co.uk members about setting up your own firm as a sideline.
Hi, I am new to this so bear with me! I am in the process of setting up a new practice and acquiring clients and wondered if there is any software out there that will eliminate excel worksheets.
To conclude her series of IT tips for sole practitioners, Anne Fairpo considers some of the options for managing your time and workload.
In part two of her IT advice column for sole practitioners, Anne Fairpo offers some ideas on how to get from paper to electronic documents.
I have a computer at home, and I have a computer at work. I don’t carry a computer between the two, nor a USB stick, nor do I email documents between home and the office.
I am an Associate member of the IFA, based near Spalding in South Lincolnshire. I wish to enter into a reciprocal arrangement for continuity of practice, you don't need to be IFA but you must hold
As many of you know I'm in the process of starting out (in fact it's all happening in August - just in time for all my prospective clients to disappear on holiday) in practice and I was looking int
I am on the cusp of starting out on building a practice from scratch. For those that have already done it, could you tell me how you secured your first client please?