Ambulance-chasing, or seizing an opportunity? The Practitioner is seeing lots of clients on the receiving end of marketing guff from self-styled 'buy-to-let experts'
The Practitioner discusses their timesheet militancy, and reaction to someone playing it fast and loose with the details...
The old fashioned method of placing recruitment adverts in the local rag is dead
I was greeted in the office first thing on a Monday morning by a set of keys and a resignation note. No explanation was offered, no notice was given, nothing
The Practitioner’s uncensored thoughts come from within their own practice – having left a regional firm in the heart of England
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
Last week, the Practitioner opened an email from a large, high maintenance, client and was left speechless
Since the vote, as I suspected would be the case, life goes on for all my clients.
Payroll 'issues' highlight to The Practitioner that this area really puts you at the sharp end with clients
With much change at the firm, The Practitioner is concerned that taking the eye off the ball with a major client