I mentioned the Tax Advice Network in a recent post for the first time in ages. Newer readers of this blog who haven’t read the mini profile piece (top right), may be unaware of the Network.

Established in 2007 the Tax Advice Network is a resource and facility for accountants in practice. There’s no charge for sourcing an independent vetted tax adviser through the Network. You can do this whenever you hit a tax problem, challenge or situation that’s outside your comfort zone. Every accountant has such situations – occasionally at least.And the Network website enables you to quickly access a tax adviser with the relevant expertise and in the right area.

Perhaps even more relevant to readers of this blog is the weekly newsletter published by the Tax Advice Network. It’s free to register for this: Every Thursday you will receive the newsletter containing 3 practical, timely and commercial tax tips with advice and relevant links – written specifically for general practice accountants.  It’s unique and highly regarded by those who receive it.

Ok. Adverblog over. Back to conventional blog posts tomorrow.