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No Accounting for Taste ep80: Client satisfaction, exhaustion and furlough

On this week’s No Accounting for Taste we are joined by sole practitioner of the year Sarah Sallis to discuss the week’s big headlines and the secrets behind her Accounting Excellence Awards win. 

11th Dec 2020
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Host Richard Hattersley invited the founder of the Accountancy Office Sarah Sallis to the pod booth this week to discuss her big win at the Accounting Excellence Awards ceremony. 

Sallis picked up the sole practitioner of the year gong thanks to her impressive client service initiatives, including her drop-in sessions, business continuity planning and being agile as a small firm. 

Sarah sticks around to discuss the big stories of the week with PracticeWeb’s head of content Ray Newman. 

The pod team starts the headline rundown by looking at the uncertainty generated by Brexit and whether this will impact smaller practitioners. They then tackle a familiar topic on the podcast - the effect the coronavirus workload has had on self assessment season preparation and energy levels. 

A seasoned remote worker, Sallis has some thoughts on the other big story of the week on the growing garden office trend. The team finishes the discussion by weighing up the latest employer dilemma of whether to furlough employees or risk adverse publicity as new measures to name recipients come into force.

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By John5621
14th Dec 2020 11:39

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