TaxPersonal TaxA new look for AccountancyAge.com

A new look for AccountancyAge.com

Embracing the changes that occurred in our print publication in January, AccountancyAge.com today unveils the most substantial redesign in its short history.

Our website’s new look is intended to bring our internet presence closer to our market-leading independent magazine – adopting the same colour scheme and many of the same design features.

And AccountancyAge.com will continue to offer up-to-the minute news and comment on all the big finance and technology stories.

In addition, we’ve added a number of new services to enhance the site’s content. Many of these can be found in the resources menu of each section. They include a professional bookstore, from which you can buy any title in print in the UK.

We’ve also teamed up with Jordans to provide company formations online. The service offers fast, value for money company formations, filing of statutory information electronically, name availability checking and progress monitoring.

From today, AccountancyAge.com is running an IT services directory in conjunction with Access Accounts. The directory offers you the opportunity to search a register of UK practices offering IT services and advice. It’s also possible to add entries at no cost and later update your details.

Existing services allowing domain name purchases, currency conversion and training opportunities have been retained.

If you want to suggest extra features that you’d like to see on AccountancyAge.com, email comment@accountancyage.com.

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