Accountancy Age April 2015 App Out Now

THIS month’s App includes a detailed examination of the fiscal, business and economic cases put forward by the main parties ahead of the General Election on 7 May.

There is also analysis of how the planned switch to digital tax accounts could provide firms with consultancy work, but concerns remain over its framework and timeframe.

Alongside the usual analysis, there are interviews with the CFO of Brompton, the quirky and slightly eccentric fold-up British bike manufacturer, and Justin King, the former chief executive of Sainsbury’s and one of the UK’s most well-respected bosses.

We also speak to Mazars’ managing partner Phil Verity and Jean Stephens, chief executive of RSM International as part of our Best Practice series.

Opinion comes from Alliotts’ managing partner Colin Farmer on how the London-based firm was able to keep serving clients despite suffering the effects of the Holborn fire. And Sacha Romanovitch, Grant Thornton’s CEO-elect discusses the challenges faced by those that are the creators of UK jobs and wealth.

You can download the Accountancy Age App by clicking here, or alternatively visiting the iTunes App Store and search for Accountancy Age.

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