For uncontested probate cases, clients should be turning to their accountants and not their lawyers and cutting out the middle man. But why are accountants better equipped than lawyers to assist?
This week's Friday Afternoon Live covers the British Accountancy Awards shortlist; The launch of the Accountancy Age Top 50+50 supported by Sage; and grumblings about Xero's new 'code of conduct' for its accountants
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 Apple Tax situation; Accountants replaced by robots; and The Accountancy Age Top 50+50; all discussed by head of editorial Kevin Reed
Accountancy firm school leaver programmes really do open the door to a whole new career and immerse you in the world of work from the get go
We discuss the Accountancy Age Top 50+50 supported by Sage; growth at Menzies; and the provision of value-added services
While everyone values audit quality highly we must be be careful that we don’t let it deter talent. We need to guard against its commoditisation and the threat to a unitary profession
Let us hope that valuable asset protection vehicles are not made prohibitively burdensome or abolished in the desire to “simplify” IHT
The Practitioner’s uncensored thoughts come from within their own practice – having left a regional firm in the heart of England
As a change-agent, internal audit has a lot going for it, but many internal audit functions need to upgrade their skills.