No accounting for taste podcast EP8: Directors, nice accountants and Nesquik
London’s Printworks, once home to the printing presses that produced the Daily Mail and the Metro, played host to an altogether more digital affair this week as QuickBooks Connect rolled into town.
The AccountingWEB team was there to report on the latest goings-on, and while doing so recorded our first ‘onsite’ version of the No Accounting for Taste podcast.
Items up for discussion were directors’ tax returns, whether nice accountants truly do finish last, and what flavour of Nesquik might get you a 20% discount at Asda? (spoiler, none of them)
Joining Tom Herbert, Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk on the pod was a stellar line-up of accountants: Jo Tomlinson, managing director of Business Works; Kylie Fieldhouse, owner of KFH Accounting; Charlie Carne from Charlie Carne & Co; and Bobby Chadha from Propel by Deloitte.
Enjoy the podcast, and if you’d like more information on the stories discussed here are the links:
- Directors: No legal requirement to file a tax return
- Too nice to scale: Do nice accountants finish last?
- Sage Business Cloud Accounting debuts at Gateshead
- Shaking up VAT for flavoured milk drinks
- QuickBooks cranks up practice platform race
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