Ministers' pious assertions around tax and transparency have come back to haunt them, writes Kevin Reed
Business recovery and reconstruction specialist Suzanne Jones has recently sought an opinion from the Pre-Pack Pool, one of just five applications made so far. She shares her experiences
As Twitter celebrates its tenth birthday, Shelley Stock Hutter partner Bobby Lane gives us his views on why it’s time for accountants to finally wake up and start living in the age of social media
George Osborne's Budget on 16 March had no discernible theme, write Robert Maas
Grant Thornton tax expert tackles business rates, BEPS and how the government is helping ‘sofapreneurs'
With much change at the firm, The Practitioner is concerned that taking the eye off the ball with a major client
Some accountants are bringing professionalism into disrepute with their actions, argues Carl Reader
January's normally a good time to bring in fresh blood, but The Practitioner has hit a big fat zero in the game of recruitment
Kids Company collapse offers salutary lesson about the use of professional advisers. Their partial assurances obscured more than they revealed
An attempt to help clients through the auto enrolment process has caused Carl Reader's practice a whole host of problems. He wants you to learn from their mistakes...