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No Accounting for Taste ep58: Goodbye Javid, hello Sunak

Who would have thought we’d be talking about a new Chancellor on this week’s No Accounting for Taste podcast? As well as Rishi Sunak's first week in Number 11, we'll discuss the latest off-payroll reforms, disciplinary news and brand strategy. 

20th Feb 2020
Editor AccountingWEB
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It’s all about name changes on this week’s podcast. Up first we have accountant Tessa Hebditch from Balanced Finance who has recently rebranded her firm. She discusses the process she underwent in renaming her firm and the reasons why.

PracticeWeb’s Ray Newman also stops by the pod booth to offer his expertise for those thinking of adding a fresh coat of paint to their practice’s brand. But Hebditch is not the only one to have undergone a name change, the Chancellor has too.

On the last episode, the editorial team swapped Budget rumours, but no one could have predicted that we’d be starting the show this week by talking about a new Chancellor and almost another delay to the Budget.

Our keen Budget watchers look back over the shocking news from this past week and predict what this could mean for the Budget. But whether the off payroll reforms in the private sector make an appearance in Rishi Sunak’s Budget is uncertain. Then, the pod team discuss the recent House of Lords subcommittee's IR35 evidence hearing and wonder whether businesses will be ready for the reforms come April.

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