Accountancy Age this week launches an essential new service for accountants working in practice and for SMEs.
Every two weeks we will be publishing a selection of some of the best financial products on offer that are specially tailored to business users.
This week, on page 15, we begin with a listing of some of the best client investment accounts currently available, as identified by Business Moneyfacts magazine.
The publication, which provides similar data on personal finance products to national newspapers, will provide the information for our fortnightly Business Finance page. Forthcoming tables will cover commercial mortgages and business banking.
Business Finance is just one of the many new sections in Accountancy Age, such as the the Accountancy Age/ADVFN share index on page six.
Meanwhile, since January our second section, Networking, has been delivering insights on careers and management in the new economy. From this week our reviews of essential websites have been moved to Networking to ensure they continue to focus on the areas that matter – or simply entertain.
– Read Accountancy Age next week for a chance to win tickets to this year’s Ryder Cup
– For this weeks facts see page 15.
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