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No Accounting for Taste ep72: Are businesses being left behind?

With deferred taxes, loan repayments and the tough economic outlook hitting small businesses, this week’s No Accounting for Taste podcast explores the importance of cashflow forecasting.

20th Aug 2020
Editorial team AccountingWEB.co.uk
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AccountingWEB’s editor-in-chief John Stokdyk is joined this week by two cashflow enthusiasts. In her second outing on the pod is Kirsty McGregor, the founder and chairman of the corporate finance network, and making his pod debut is Paul Barnes, the managing director of MAP.

To start the show, the pod team races through the most-read stories on AccountingWEB. Stories catching our eye this week include a new government grant which covers accountancy fees, the second SEISS grant, and confusion over Employer Allowance claims.

With the headlines out of the way, the team talk about the headline topic of the episode, cashflow and forecasting.

The spotlight has been on cashflow recently, with the unpredictability of the economic outlook, and now we’ve gone into recession, the wave of redundancies rising. Paul explains the conversations he’s been having with his clients, while Kirsty discusses figures that suggests a not all businesses are having these discussions.

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