I will feel slightly awkward when I write to the client who is about to receive a large invoice from the PAYE expert, offering him the fee protection going forward
Accounting software could do well to mimic the traits and qualities of the gaming industry
A solicitor with more than three decades’ experience is bringing his skills to the probate team at chartered accountants Duncan & Toplis
Head of editorial Kevin Reed talks about HMRC's so-called 'service standards for tax advisers'; Concerns over Companies House's plans to purge its data; and the taxman's digital chief departs at a critical time
Accountancy Age reveals the firms that have reached our Best Employer grade for 2016 - and have made the shortlist for the overall Best Employer Award at the British Accountancy Awards
Last week, the Practitioner opened an email from a large, high maintenance, client and was left speechless
Under the deal, Blick Rothernberg will sit within HgCapital’s Services sector but will retain its name and way of doing business
Most firms set up ‘emergency’ Brexit task forces within hours of the ‘leave’ result announcement, but how are they responding now?
So for anyone dismissing Pokemon, and in fact any developments in modern culture - I’d respectfully suggest pulling your head out of where the sun doesn’t shine
Since the vote, as I suspected would be the case, life goes on for all my clients.