In this week's jam-packed episode the pod picks over accountants' self assessment nightmares, asks why rescuing Patisserie Valerie was no piece of cake and explores the world of rubbish robots.
Joining host Tom Herbert are pod regulars Richard Hattersley and Francois Badenhorst, and returning for a second visit is But the Books owner Zoe Whitman.
Zoe's practice has expanded rapidly since her last appearance, and she tells the team how she has managed this growth, systemised her practice and taken on new staff. She also discusses the benefits of being an award-winning firm, off the back of winning small firm of the year at the ICB's annual conference.
- Disciplinary orders round up January 2019
- HMRC computer errors cause tax return grief
- MTD: Turning off the VAT portal
- Self assessment nightmares
- Patisserie Valerie going into administration
- Rubbish robots
- But the Books' website
- Follow Zoe on Twitter here
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Producer: Valme Claro
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