Robot taxes, holidays during 'busy season', retaining staff and meaty expense claims were just some of the topics tackled by the pod this week, along with our usual run through the headlines.
It was a bumper panel this week, with AccountingWEB editor Tom Herbert joined by John Stokdyk, Francois Badenhorst and Richard Hattersley.
The pod squad looked at a busy week in accountancy, with the main topics of conversation on the site centring on the release of the public notice for Making Tax Digital for VAT and the government's Finance Bill.
Away from the hustle and bustle of Westminister the panel also returned to the familiar topic of recruitment and finished off by discussing American firm WeWork's decision not to reimburse expenses for meat-based meals.
Enjoy the podcast, and if you’d like more information on the topics discussed here are the links:
- How digitalisation will impact the tax adviser
- HMRC accountants qualified for a 14th year in a row
- Finance Bill 2019: Proposed tax changes
- Robot Tax: Do androids dream of income tax?
- Staff holiday 'busy times'
- How do small practices attract/retain staff?
- WeWork bans meat: Unicorn startup will no longer reimburse non-veggie meals
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