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No Accounting for Taste ep67: Time management during Covid-19 crisis

On this week’s edition of No Accounting for Taste, we discuss the death of the 9 to 5, July’s mini-Budget and the revised furlough scheme.

11th Jun 2020
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To examine the news this week, host Richard Hattersley is joined by PracticeWeb’s head of content Ray Newman, and Georgia Duffee, the director and accountant at Benedetto Accounts and Tax.

Georgia took the ultimate leap of faith at just 21 and started her own accountancy firm. We’ll discuss Georgia’s route into practice and whether being a young practice owner has enabled her to stand out from the crowd.

Georgia also reveals how she’s coped in her response to Covid-19. As an advocate of having a work-life balance, Georgia explains how effective time management has helped her keep on top of the workload without suffering the effects of the always-on culture.

Then the pod team reviews the latest news in accountancy, including how firms will adjust to the post-lockdown office life, what we can expect from the mini-Budget, the delay to the CIS reverse charge and the furlough scheme.

Links to the most read articles discussed on the podcast are listed below.

Click play above to listen, or download ‘No Accounting for Taste’ by searching AccountingWEB wherever you get your podcasts

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