In a week saturated by wall-to-wall Budget analysis, the pod decided to wash its hands of Hammond's fiscal fiddling and look at what else has been happening in the accounting world.
Topics up for discussion included whether accountants should wade into the murky waters of app advisory, confusing accountancy institute fines, Open Banking, and an introduction to the world of the portfolio finance director. To listen to the podcast click play in the box above or visit our Soundcloud page.
The No Accounting for Taste team welcomes not one but two guests to the pod this week. Returning to the panel is seasoned pod veteran and Burton Sweet partner Nigel Harris, and the team also welcomed debutant Mike Copping. Mike is part-time finance director at Sift, AccountingWEB's parent company, and holds several other FD positions in the role of 'portfolio finance director'.
Enjoy the podcast and if you'd like more information on the topics discussed here are the links:
- Should accountants become app advisers?
- VAT default surcharge withdrawn
- Disciplinary orders round up October 2018
- Open Banking: iwoca connects with Lloyds Bank
To listen to the show click the play icon in the box below or at the top of this article, visit our Soundcloud page or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
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