The idea that accountants have to make moral judgements exclusive of accounting and the law borders on the absurd, says Accountancy Age editor Kevin Reed.
Advising and helping clients to avoid paying tax is not unethical. It’s what you do with the rewards that counts, argues AAT member in practice Jenni Frost.
Do you get confused with having to write a proposal for funding for your business? If so, there are three alternative ways of financing your business that could make your life easier, according to Simon Dixon of Bank To The Future.
Everyone wants to be able to do more in less time, and there are a dizzying number of productivity apps promising to help us do exactly that. Dean Evans picks his top five.
Going green is usually overlooked by companies because of a lack of understanding, time or other business pressures. Chris White of Smarterbusiness argues that sustainability can have a positive impact on your business – and its bottom line
HMRC’s recently-unveiled Offshore Evasion Strategy allows people to report undisclosed taxable income held in Crown Dependencies in return for lower penalties. But does it spell the end for offshore? Jon Claypole, a Partner at Mazars, delves into the document
After an illustrious career in the tax advice sector, John Whiting has taken a directorship at HMRC. He wants more consultation – and he’s looking to bring AAT members into the heart of the discussion, finds Ben Walker.
This week the result of the Government’s 4G auction was released, meaning faster mobile internet is a step closer. But what is it? And how will it change the way you work? Technology expert Dean Evans explains.