THIS month’s App includes a retrospective on the ten years since the Inland Revenue and HM Customs & Excise merged to form HMRC and asks whether the project has been a success. There is also the latest 35 under 35, our annual list of the best and brightest emerging talents in the profession.
Opinion comes from d&t director Carl Reader on the generally useless, non-interactive, apps that firms foist on the world; and we interview Grant Thornton CEO-elect Sacha Romanovich on the firm’s shared ownership plans.
We also have interviews with Tony Chanmugam, CFO of BT, and Phillip Sykes, the new president and insolvency trade body R3.
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Colin responds to the news that four in ten accountants are worried that technology and automation will make their jobs obsolete in the future
Bronwyn Williamson, Managing Director of Adams Digital Marketing outlines the top five points to consider when thinking about improving or re-developing your website
Since the release of HMRC’s plans for digital tax reforms, many have agreed with the call for a delay
Kevin Reed discusses the worrying findings from HMRC on micro-businesses' problems handling Real-Time Information, and the latest thoughts on how accountants can provide value-added services