I was one of the hosts at a recent business event and had invited a number of guests. As is the norm all received name badges that also had their company name on them. Well, almost. Those guests who had a single permanent role with one firm or company had that business name beneath their
I have long been Deputy Treasurer of a large charity in the care sector. My role means I sit on the audit committee (among others) and have a say in the appointment of new auditors. We have just been through the process for the third time in 11 years. Once again it was a revelation.
We've all had them. The client who sends a detailed letter/email listing a load of issues and problems. Sadly I can recall having the odd one or two such missives when I was in practice. I remember the feeling of indignation. The frustration at the unfairness of the accusations. The unreasonableness of the assertions
The Tax Advice Network includes a private forum area where the tax adviser members can discuss and share ideas and issues. No one else can see or take part. A recent discussion concerned how different tax advisers deal with calls that only take 10 or 15 minutes. A number of different views were expressed. My
This is more of a question than an advisory piece although I don’t know how many readers of this blog will know the answer. I was looking at another tax newsletter recently that I had received from quite a large firm of accountants. It’s a nicely produced bespoke newsletter with professional photos of each author