How do you handle clients who only want to pay less than your normal rates?
District Society AGMs are not generally the most popular of events for accountants. However there was a "capacity crowd" at SESCA's AGM last month and I am flattered that this is being attributed to me! The organisers had sought to tempt the local accountants to attend with the promise that the AGM would be followed
As I've explained on the twitter page of this site I don't think twitter is for everyone, but it works for me. This new weekly blog post is for the majority of profesional advisers who are not using twitter. I've copied below some of the tweets I have shared (ReTweeted) this week that you may
I've been asked why I have a number of different blogs and websites. It's not something I would encourage many people to do so perhaps it's worth explaining my thinking. I accept it could be flawed, but bear with me. Firstly let me stress that in all of my writings for professional advisers (eg: on
The Accountancy Age awards are dead, long live The British Accountancy Awards (an Accountancy Age event). I've enjoyed the Accountancy Age Awards ceremonies over the years. I remember the time back in the Natural History Museum when the then editor announced the launch of an AccountancyAge website. He seemed to think we would all be