What's new at AccountancyAge.com.
Business[QQ] Working as an accountant in business requires a unique set of skills and resources, and we are building on the services we offer to better reflect these needs. AccountancyAge.com already features privileged access to Dun & Bradstreet’s credit information and Software Buyers Guides and the latest business news and features. Watch this space for more online resources.
Accountants in practice are facing a period of unprecedented upheaval.
They can, however, continue to rely on AccountancyAge.com’s practice area to keep abreast of changes. As well as expert help section Your Practice, there are links to the Accountancy Age Top 50 league table and related stories.
With links to the Revenue’s internal manuals, recent press releases from the Revenue and Customs & Excise and an IR35 resource centre, our new tax area contains a wealth of information for tax professionals.
Change in the public sector often receives less attention than in the commercial world, but our commitment to accountants in public services means we will continue to offer breaking news and features.
Featuring the latest IT news, our service will continue to supply news from the accounting software releases to mainstream computing and internet stories. The Software Buyer’s Guide provides a valuable online tool for software information.
Marking new territory for Accountancy Age, Part-Qualified Accountant – powered by internet recruitment site Jobworld – offers content and jobs tailored for accountants who have yet to complete their training.
AccountancyAge.com contains every story published in the magazine since October 1996.
Along with extra stories written exclusively for the website, our archive is one of the most powerful accountancy resources online.