Join our Any Answers Live Q&A (14/07/20)

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About the session

Every week, AccountingWEB's Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk debate the burning issues of the day with expert studio guests and the live audience. Audience members chat with the panel, asking questions live and voting for the most popular ones they need answering.

This Tuesday Rebecca Benneyworth and Neil Warren will join us review the key measures announced by the Chancellor in his summer statement. The temporary cut in VAT for food consumed in tourist and hospitality establishments will no doubt feature on the agenda.

VAT expert Neil Warren will also consider a couple of other issues with VAT on digital services that cropped up in Any Answers during the past week.

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About Any Answers Live

Whether sharing best practice or looking to solve a specific problem, accountants need to talk to each other now more than ever before. Any Answers has been connecting accountants for 20+ years and our new live Q&A brings the debate to life. Ask our experts questions on the challenges of the week and suggest topics for next week by entering our polls.

Any Answers Live began life as the Coronavirus Response Q&A. Previous guests include Victoria Todd (LITRG), Emma Rawson (AAT), Helen Thornley (ATT), Sharon Pocock and Sandy Green (The HR Dept), discussing such topics as furloughing, SEISS, business recovery, CBILS and the job retention scheme.

Past episodes will be uploaded to AccountingWEB Live in the coming weeks. You can see them right now by clicking this link.

Richard Hattersley is AccountingWEB's editor, and manages the UK's largest and most active online community for accounting and finance professionals. John Stokdyk is AccountingWEB's editor-in-chief and has been with the site since 1999. 

Both Richard and John are members of the Advisory Board for AccountingWEB Live's debut exhibition in December 2020. Click here for more information.