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No Accounting for Taste ep160: HMRC, Accounting Excellence and M&A trends

The AccountingWEB team talk about HMRC’s Government Gateway replacement and their letter-writing skills, alongside looking back at last year’s Accounting Excellence entries and mergers and acquisitions activity.  

4th Apr 2024
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After the Easter weekend, the AccountingWEB team got together for another episode of No Accounting for Taste. 

Tom Herbert zeroes in on HMRC matters, exploring their new One Login service, questioning why now and what impact this will have. He also delves into recent complaints lodged against HMRC after their letter to Devonports LAS accountants contained multiple errors. The team asks how a letter like that gets posted and how are they written.

With the recent news that the Accounting Excellence Awards are now open, Richard Hattersley looks back at the entries from last year and discusses the most common trends and challenges. Interested in starting your entry for Accounting Excellence? Click here.

Matthew Ord closes off the podcast by recounting an interview with AJ Chambers’ James Gosling, speaking about M&A trends. They talk about issues with succession, consolidators and firms struggling to retain talent. 

Show timings 

  • 39s One Login
  • 6m 32s HMRC letters
  • 10m 46s Accounting Excellence 
  • 19m 15s M&A activity

Show notes 

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