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Two crypto-curious accountants join the podcast this week to explain how they’ve taken on more clients in this field and reveal what software has helped them.Host Richard Hattersley is joined in the virtual pod booth by AccountingWEB’s John Stokdyk and a returning Tom Herbert to discuss the big headlines hitting the site over the past seven days. T…
 
On this special year in review episode of the podcast, the AccountingWEB team is joined by Lucy Cohen to look back at the big stories hitting the profession in 2021.What a year it has been. The year started off with a series of compliance hurdles including the worst tax season ever, a tough lockdown, new Brexit VAT and custom rules, the VAT reverse…
 
As tax return season cranks up a gear, on No Accounting for Taste this week we’re asking: can accountants really relax and enjoy the festive period?When the rest of the working world is winding down for the festive period, for many accountants the tax return season has only just begun. The pressure of the season hit sole practitioner Sam Mitcham wh…
 
This week on the show, the AccountingWEB team reflects on the highlights and news coming out of last week's inaugural AccountingWEB Live Expo.The editorial team returns to the virtual podcast studio after spending a couple of days last week attending the first ever AccountingWEB Live Expo in Coventry. Joining hosts Richard Hattersley and John Stokd…
 
‘Socks up’ Simon Chaplin joins No Accounting for Taste this week to examine the practice bottlenecks keeping practitioners awake during the winter months.As the author of Banish the Bottleneck, Simon Chaplin knows all too well the challenges that trip up accountancy firms. Now that the starting gun has been fired on self assessment season, we’re he…
 
Matt Portt, the founder of Portt & Co, joins the AccountignWEB team to explain what his accountancy firm is doing to tackle the climate emergency.As world leaders gather in Glasgow this week for Cop26, the accounting profession is asking what role it has to play in the climate crisis. Bigger accountancy firms have typically owned this space, while …
 
‘The QuickBooks chap’ Aaron Patrick joins No Accounting for Taste to discuss the latest news and a sneak peak at MTD ITSA software.As the head of accounting at the online cloud accountancy firm Boffix, Patrick enjoys getting his hands on the latest accounting tech. Now wonder then that he was figuratively in the front row at the latest QuickBooks C…
 
Compliance isn’t going anywhere, but as Kirsty McGregor points out on the podcast this week, it will do in 10 - 20 years. So, is now the time for practices to embrace advisory services?Advisory vs compliance - it’s the story as old as time.The AccountingWEB team reignites the debate on No Accounting for Taste this week and welcomes McGregor to the …
 
It’s episode 100 of the podcast. To celebrate, host Richard Hattersley has invited a couple of familiar voices back to the show to reminisce over some of the big news stories covered on No Accounting for Taste.Days after the then Chancellor Philip Hammond his Budget in late November 2017, AccountingWEB launched its podcast, No Accounting for Taste.…
 
On this episode of No Accounting for Taste, we probe the government’s new health and social care levy, chew over the latest MTD ITSA developments and take a deep dive look at the ‘guilt free’ exit plan of employee ownership.Chris Maslin, the founder of Maslins tax advisers, steps into the virtual pod booth this week to tell AccountingWEB’s Richard …
 
Dan Heelan, director at Heelan Associates, joins No Accounting for Taste to discuss his post-pandemic plans and the latest news from the week, including the calls to delay the mandation of MTD ITSA. As firms contemplate downsizing office space to accommodate hybrid working, Heelan steps into the virtual pod booth to explain to hosts Richard Hatters…
 
In August 2021, Kirsty McGregor, founder of the Corporate Finance Network and informal “accountant in residence” at online finance platform Capitalise.com joined AccountingWEB editor in chief and accountant Keir Warwick from Bulley Davey to discuss the client need for finance and advice in the aftermath of the pandemic and the ins and outs of provi…
 
On the podcast this week we’re discussing the latest Making Tax Digital news, a big fine for KPMG, an embarrassing IR35 error for government departments and later in the show we explore growth - more specifically, why it’s OK now and again to close the door on accepting new clients.Beth Jackson, the co-founder of 2 Sisters Accounting and 2020 Accou…
 
Host Richard Hattersley welcomes AccountingWEB's John Stokdyk and Maddy Christopher to No Accounting for Taste pod booth to cover the latest news and trends from the profession. On the show this week the team explores the virtual finance director (VFD) trend which is sweeping the profession and has become a core offering at Lime Advisory, the firm …
 
On this week’s show the AccountingWEB pod team finds out how veganism became the recipe for success for one accountant, in addition to reviewing the biggest stories of the week.Keith Lesser, the managing director of Lesser and Co, joins the AccountingWEB regulars Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk to talk about his latest venture - Vegan Accountan…
 
On this week’s show the AccountingWEB editorial team reviews the biggest stories from the world of accountancy, including a potential change to the tax year, and find out why firms should focus on culture. Albert Goodman partner Sophie Parkhouse joins No Accounting for Taste regulars Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk to chew over the latest news …
 
On this episode of No Accounting for Taste we put the spotlight on Pride month and review the biggest stories this week in accountancy.To mark Pride month, we’re welcoming Ben Steele back to the podcast to discuss his experience as an LGBT accountant navigating the profession. It hasn’t been easy for Steele. Before starting his own practice, Steele…
 
This week on No Accounting for Taste we find out why you should look beyond education in your recruitment process and review the stories making the headlines this week on AccountingWEB.Sarah Wynne, the founder of Wynne & Co, visits the virtual pod booth this week to tell the AccountingWEB team about the qualities she looks for in new recruits. A se…
 
The impact of coronavirus and Brexit has been disastrous for musicians and the arts sector. This week on the show we find out what the knock on effect will be for accountants specialising in this sector, especially with MTD on the horizon.The arts and culture industry has been profoundly affected by the Covid restrictions. Many musicians work a com…
 
With the off payroll rules in the private sector in force for over a month, this week on No Accounting for Taste we’ll see what effect it’s having on contractors and freelancers.Over two decades since IR35 was first dreamed up, the new off payroll rules were rolled out in the private sector on 6 April. Now a month in, we’re joined on the podcast by…
 
What does it mean to be an award-winning accountancy firm?AccountingWEB's editor in chief John Stokdyk quizzes two Accounting Excellence giants to uncover the secret of an award-winning entry.Entries are now open for the 2021 Accounting Excellence Awards. Firms across the country are crafting entries to impress the award judges. To help firms submi…
 
Specialist crypto-accountant Joe David joins No Accounting for Taste this week to give the lowdown on the recent changes to the taxation regime for crypto assets and how he ended up starting up his own crypto-accountancy firm.Off the back of HMRC releasing a manual on cryptocurrency, David steps into the virtual pod booth with hosts Richard Hatterl…
 
AccountingWEB legend Glenn Martin joins the No Accounting for Taste team to discuss the easing of lockdown restrictions and to chew over the big headlines from the past week, including IR35, Xero’s latest acquisition and VAT.This month sees the re-opening of significant parts of the indoor economy and outdoor settings on 12 April in England, as the…
 
On No Accounting for Taste this week we talk SEISS grants, face-to-face meetings, a year of lockdown, and put the spotlight on social media.Accountant, coach and Amazon bestselling author Della Hudson joins the podcast to discuss the big headlines from the past week, and as a Twitter addict, she gives her thoughts on new platforms like Clubhouse. H…
 
Burton Sweet’s Nigel Harris joins the No Accounting for Taste team this week to reminisce about Budgets past and present.A week after Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his 3 March Budget, AccountingWEB editors Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk unpick the key announcements and to interpret what the Budget will mean for accountants. Nigel Harris, a …
 
On this special AccountingWEB podcast, we find out how firms are using automation to streamline their operations, and discover the issues accountants need to consider when automating their practices.The impact of coronavirus and Making Tax Digital has forced accountants to review their automation journey. In particular, the intense pressure of the …
 
In a week where the prime minister unveiled his roadmap to exit lockdown, this week’s No Accounting for Taste looks ahead to next week’s Budget.Budget fever has struck this week’s No Accounting for taste! AccountingWEB’s Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk are joined by PracticeWeb’s Ray Newman to review the latest Westminster rumours.So what can w…
 
On this week’s episode we’re talking fantasy budgets, the 3m excluded self employed and February practice planning season - is it even possible in an unpredictable world?Peter Jarman, the managing partner of PJCO chartered certified accountants, steps away from his February planning season to join the AccountingWEB team on the podcast this week. Ja…
 
On this episode of No Accounting for Taste, the AccountingWEB team chart the highs and lows of a week that saw HMRC bow to pressure and waive self assessment late filing penalties for one month.There was only one story that gripped accountants this week and that’s the self assessment. This week saw HMRC deliver a last minute reprieve for accountant…
 
Now the chaos of 2020 has drawn to a close, the AccountingWEB team gathers for the first No Accounting for Taste of 2021 to try and predict what the year ahead has in store for the accounting profession.AccountingWEB’s Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk put on their prognosticator hats as they welcome the CFN’s Kirsty McGregor to the virtual pod b…
 
As we come to the end of the year, this week’s episode of the No Accounting for Taste podcast assembles a panel of accountants to reflect on the highs and lows of 2020.AccountingWEB editors Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk are joined in accountants’ corner by Mazuma's Lucy Cohen and Accounting Excellence Covid Hero award winner Ria-Jaine Lincoln…
 
On this week’s No Accounting for Taste we are joined by sole practitioner of the year Sarah Sallis to discuss the week’s big headlines and the secrets behind her Accounting Excellence Awards win.Host Richard Hattersley invited the founder of the Accountancy Office Sarah Sallis to the pod booth this week to discuss her big win at the Accounting Exce…
 
On this week’s No Accounting for Taste, the editorial team discusses eleventh hour guidance changes, contractors and self assessment stress.Hosts Richard Hattesley and John Stokdyk are joined this week by PracticeWeb’s head of content and keen Budget watcher, Ray Newman. Without a November Budget the team are able to breathe a sigh of relief and ta…
 
On this week’s exciting edition of AccountingWEB’s No Accounting for Taste, we’re discussing Zoom fatigue, the extended furlough scheme, Uber and Eat Out to Help Out penalties.Hosts Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk are joined on the podcast by Matt Portt, the owner of Portt and Co. A lot has happened since Matt first appeared on the podcast all …
 
On this AccountingWEB podcast we'll find out how accountants have coped with the sudden change in client demand over the last several months.Accountants have contended with the rush of government guidance already this year, and now with the prospect of self assessment looming again and the second lockdown, we’re seeing a gloomy outlook in the profe…
 
On this week’s No Accounting for Taste, we’re talking the Job Support scheme, support for musicians and meditation.The founder of the Accountancy Practice, John Froggett joins host Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk in accountants’ corner this week. Frogett has reason to celebrate as his firm recently made the small firm of the year finalist list …
 
On this edition of No Accounting for Taste podcast, Alan Woods from Woods Squared reports on the expanded Job Support Scheme and what he’s doing to support clients through the local lockdown.This week, Liverpool became the first city to be put under tight local lockdown restrictions. Alan Woods is based in Merseyside, so knows too well what the tie…
 
On this week’s episode, the AccountingWEB pod team unpicks the Chancellor’s Winter Economy Plan and discuss the effects the never-ending guidance is having on the profession.Since we last recorded a podcast Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled the job support scheme, further self-employed grants and an extension to the coronavirus loans. To examine the …
 
The AccountingWEB team is joined by Dan Heelan to discuss the high profile cases of furlough fraud and the dishonest use of the Bounce Back loans.Joining host Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk to pore over the headlines on AccountingWEB this week is business owner turned accountant Dan Heelan from Heelan Associates.The big story this week was the…
 
This week's No Accounting for Taste chews over headlines including the regulation of tax advisers, what adversely affected really means, and we also discuss the challenges of female entrepreneurs and business owners.Joining host Richard Hattersley to review the big stories of the week is PracticeWeb’s Ray Newman and beaming in from accountant’s cor…
 
With deferred taxes, loan repayments and the tough economic outlook hitting small businesses, this week’s No Accounting for Taste podcast explores the importance of cashflow forecasting.AccountingWEB’s editor-in-chief John Stokdyk is joined this week by two cashflow enthusiasts. In her second outing on the pod is Kirsty McGregor, the founder and ch…
 
On this week’s No Accounting for Taste, we discuss clients left behind by the government’s business support measures, recruiting during the crisis and returning to the office.AccountingWEB’s editorial team Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk are joined this week by Class of 2019 alumnus and Accounting Excellence finalist Andy Sullivan from Complete…
 
On this week’s No Accounting for Taste, we discuss the return of Making Tax Digital, the VAT cut for the hospitality sector and whether the Summer Statement measures will make any difference.To tackle the news, host Richard Hattersley is joined this week by PracticeWeb’s Ray Newman and the managing director of Steele Financial, Ben Steele.Get links…
 
On this week’s No Accounting for Taste the editorial team is joined by practice owner Ria-Jaine Lincoln to assess an industry hit-hardest by the pandemic – the hair and beauty sector.Over the last few episodes, we’ve heard from practitioners such as Glenn Martin and Zoe Whitman how tough the last few months have been for the clients they represent.…
 
On this week’s episode of No Accounting for Taste, we explore how accountants have moved on from the Covid-19 crisis with stronger client relationships.As lockdown gradually eases across the UK, many accountants are now seeing the fruit of their Covid-19 response and are being recognised with a renewed sense of loyalty from their clients.In this ep…
 
On this week’s edition of No Accounting for Taste, we discuss the death of the 9 to 5, July’s mini-Budget and the revised furlough scheme.To examine the news this week, host Richard Hattersley is joined by PracticeWeb’s head of content Ray Newman, and Georgia Duffee, the director and accountant at Benedetto Accounts and Tax.Georgia took the ultimat…
 
On this week’s edition of No Accounting for Taste, we consider the ramifications of the intense coronavirus workload and question just how long can accountants keep going at this pace?When the country went into lockdown in March, accountants stepped up and worked around the clock, but as today’s guest says, it’s looking like a longer hail than firs…
 
On this week’s episode of No Accounting for Taste, we look at HMRC’s furlough scheme and examine what effect the extra work has had on the personal wellbeing of accountants.Since HMRC’s furlough portal opened last week, accountants have found the process mostly seamless, and the money is starting to arrive in their clients’ bank accounts.However, t…
 
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