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Social media 'still a minorty interest' for UK accountants

Women are far keener to embrace social media (89%) than their male counterparts (80%)

19 Dec 2014

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Top of the Tweet: Top UK accounting firms Twitter rankings

Firms still need to find their way around understanding the value that can be driven from Twitter, writes Kevin Reed

04 Jul 2014

Three businesspeople meet and shake hands

Accountants continue to fail in marketing activities

Just one-third of firms have dedicated marketing staff, while two-thirds do not measure return on investment

25 Jun 2014

Social networking: How does the Top 50 stack up?

Firms are failing to realise the business benefits of social media sites such as utilising LinkedIn

08 Apr 2014

Colin: Where's the 'dislike' button?

Upon hearing about accountancy's social media habits, Colin wondered whether there are any downsides

20 Jan 2014

Women accountants utilising social media more than men

Social media and mobile devices grow in popularity across profession, with more women than men using the sites

17 Jan 2014

Link in and win work: the dos and don'ts of LinkedIn

A magnanimous approach to information sharing is a sure-fire way of generating calls and meetings very quickly

07 Nov 2013

The Practitioner: Completely Linked-Off

Social media is overloading The Practitioner's senses

03 Oct 2013

Soft skills increasingly important to client relationships

Soft skills communication, collaboration and consultation are now more important than maths for accountants, says Nancy McKinstry

26 Sep 2013

Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9" review

The Kindle Fire HD has improved on its smaller sibling with a larger and higher-quality display, but the issues around performance and usability remain

19 Apr 2013

HMRC trawling social media to find evidence of tax fraud

Openly available web data being fed into HMRC's anti-fraud data warehouse

19 Apr 2013

Accountants listening but not engaging in social media

CCH survey shows that 78% of accountants class themselves as social media listeners - just 22% are contributors

03 Dec 2012

Social media doesn't equal liability free

Twitter and Facebook may help firms extend their network but firms could still be liable for employee conduct, warns Andrea Ward

09 Nov 2012

Sole Survivor: We're not 'anti' social media

Don't talk down how well firms are doing on social media as it discourages further efforts, says Elaine Clark

03 Aug 2012

E&Y named best user of social media

Ernst & Young tops list ranking the accounting profession's most effective users of social media

11 Jul 2012

A Tweet way to raise your profile

How should accountants use social media?

17 Jan 2012

LinkedIn - something for others or something for you?

Accountants can't ignore the importance of LinkedIn

20 Dec 2011

Mid-tier firms rush to be LinkedIn

Mid-tier firms have embraced LinkedIn, roughly doubling their usage in the past year

08 Dec 2011

Don't interrupt me

Is technology giving people free rein to be rude?

05 Aug 2011

Profession in the swing at golf day

Success is par for the course at Accountancy Age and Financial Director Golf Challenge

21 Jul 2011

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AS2014: Osborne's reforms sensible - IoD

Sensible reforms preface more radical tax policies in next parliament, writes Institute of Directors' head of taxation Stephen Herring

#AS2014: ACCA still concerned over public coffers, despite spending plans

Government's spending plans give false impression of state of the UK's finances, writes ACCA's Chas Roy-Chowdhury

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Alastair Kendrick walks through the new landscape for workers engaged through intermediaries, and finds that clients might not have up-to-scratch systems and processes

Taking Stock: Massaging the figures

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Colin: Using Google to make money out of the net

Colin thinks Osborne's latest tax wheeze means he is not such a bad egg after all

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Taking Stock spares a though for Alasdair Cairns, who has just gained a new boss. His dad.

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