Member Since: 6th Nov 2002
25th Nov 2018
A date I have put in my diary: 31 March 2020.
What's happening then? you may ask.
I'm retiring, and I won't have to think about any of this, ever again
Joy... can't wait!
18th Nov 2016
Oh, look at that, I'm back. Still connect...
18th Nov 2016
Yes there are. Those accountants work in areas where broadband is available intermittently.
Places where something as simple as registering a client for self assessment takes 5 tries, because the broadband drops each time. Places where you have to remember to save all your work before you go for a cup of tea because your broadband connection may be lost by the time you get back.
I'll just post this now before I go for a quick wee, otherwise you'll not be here when I get...
2nd Nov 2016
I don't know why you don't do your blog more often. Most of us, of those who are still here, really enjoy them.
I have to say that I fear your friend Luce is leading you astray. Your dream purchase of a pump action shot gun, was, sadly, only a dream. 'Boom Boom' will change nothing.
Not even £8,060 can do anything.
25th Oct 2016
I just wonder why Accountingweb didn't see fit to place http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/4d8d7057-d422-47af-902d-03dcc42...
on the 'Front Page'
It was a good discussion, Rebecca Benneyworth was excellent, as always, but I thought Mike Cherry from the FSB was very good with all the costings to business at his finger tips. I was less impressed with Chas Roy-Chowdhury from ACCA and Frank Haskew from ICAEW.
I was rather surprised to see the MP for my constituency, Helen Goodman, there. Her questions regarding the cost of MTD to the hill farmers (and me) in this area where broadband is a bit hit and miss (more miss than hit) almost endeared her to me.
22nd Oct 2016
Would it be possible to have a list of the blogs in date order?
While I'm on the subject of 'Blogs' would it be possible to split blogs into advertising and personal?
I find it really annoying to read a blog and realise half way through that it is just someone trying to sell me something.
9th May 2016
Yes, I did the same, not wanting to be overly negative about the new site, but it doesn't work. (expletives deleted)
9th May 2016
Completely agree, Shirley, less is more.
As for the 'Hearts' for 'like' I agree with the poster above, that is inappropriate for a professional site.
2nd Aug 2015
I think you can safely write me off as a lost cause.
But thank you for trying.
I was with you for the first part of the sentence (apart from not knowing what 'stuff' you are referring to) but I really don't know what "the little yellow 'Sponsored' panel." means.
31st Jul 2015
I know I am getting older but I hope that I can still read words (including tax legislation) and make sense of them. I am sure my clients hope the same.
Before I start to think that I am losing my marbles, could some one please explain this paragraph to me:
So when the native ads appear, be assured that you will continue to get the same content as usual with non-intrusive and transparent advertising that should be relevant and beneficial for you to read.