Accounting Excellence Talks: The coming digital tax challenges

This session kicks off our Accounting Excellence Talks programme for 2018, starting with a practical workshop on the key tax issues affecting small businesses.

The emerging digital compliance challenges we focused on are:

  • Incorporation 
  • Accounting and expenses options 
  • VAT: To register or not?
  • Making Tax Digital

Accounting Excellence Talks: The coming digital tax challenges

Accounting Excellence Talks: The coming digital tax challenges with Rebecca Benneyworth, John Stokdyk, Nick Williams and Fiona Fraser.
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Meet the panel

John Stokdyk

Global editor, AccountingWEB global editor John Stokdyk joined the site in 1999 and helped build it into an award-winning online professional community with more than 100,000 members. Named IFA web business journalist of the year in 2004 and 2008, John has also written about business and technology topics for The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and many others.

Fiona Fraser

Owner & Managing Director, Fraser+ Accountants
Fiona is passionate about small to medium-sized enterprises. Coupled with a no-nonsense, keep things simple approach, she has now been running a successful practice for the last 17 years. A qualified Chartered Accountant who has trained and worked with the top accountants, including Ernst & Young and Price Waterhouse, she brings the best in the industry to her job.

Nick Williams

Head of Business Development, Intuit QuickBooks
With over 18 years in the software industry specialising in the accounting sector, Nick has a depth of experience and knowledge in helping firms transform their practice to accommodate technology and maximize client relationships. As the Intuit UK lead for Making Tax Digital, Nick is working closely with HMRC and Intuit Product and Marketing teams.

Rebecca Benneyworth

Lecturer and tax writer
Rebecca is a lecturer, writer and consultant on a wide variety of taxes. She lectures extensively to accountants and business people and also to HMRC and the Treasury. Rebecca is well known for her down-to-earth approach to tax and her ability to make the subject matter both clear and interesting, and she was named Best Tax Lecturer at the Taxation awards in 2007.