When Sally Tackas started Shefford Accountancy Services in 2014, she wanted simplicity. She had been an accountant for 25 years and decided to pursue her own thing for health reasons.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) means more admin for accountants and clients, alike. A significant challenge we discuss in our regular meetings with HMRC relates to helping small businesses cope with the increased workload.
There’s no question that the introduction of Making Tax Digital (MTD) is changing the compliance landscape for accountants and their clients. And that means accountants are playing an even more important role in guiding businesses through the changes.
Compliance and technology trends are the hot topics for businesses and therefore, adopting new technologies and making some in-house accounting changes has become necessary to remain competent. Adapting the latest accounting practices not only for the business, but also for the clients. In this post, we aim to talk about the benefits your business, your clients and your employees can reap by streamlining your accounting practices.
In recent conversations with clients and prospects we constantly run into the same reasons that motivate firms to review their processes – even when they are managing a small number of clients. In our second White Paper focused on Practice Management Software, we describe the common challenges faced by partners and present best practice solutions to improving processes. Many firms still see a Practice Management solution as a “luxury” rather than a necessity for maximum return on investment.
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