Accountants

Cheap Advice Is Always the Most Expensive

Reuben Singh | Posted 22.08.2014 | UK
Reuben Singh

In my experience, the first rule of business is to pay your lawyers, accountants and all your professional advisers well. Always pay well for the best advice because it ends up being cheaper in the long run.

Prepare to be Terminated

Nick Abbot | Posted 08.07.2014 | UK
Nick Abbot

Are you comfortably middle class? Being comfortably middle class used to mean never having to worry about your job being taken by a machine. The people whose livelihoods have been decimated by computer chips are those that did society's heavy lifting.

Lawyers and Accountants - Adapt or Keep Dying

Fiona Hotston Moore | Posted 23.10.2013 | UK
Fiona Hotston Moore

On the face of it the debacle arose from particular circumstances, not least the exquisite embarrassment of a top seven national auditor by revenue failing to audit itself properly whilst embarking on the sort of giddy, risky buying splurge its clients generally avoid.

Want To Be A Pilot Or Space Engineer?

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 19.10.2013 | UK Universities & Education

Teenagers receiving their GCSE exam results on Thursday should consider apprenticeships, whether they want to be a pilot, accountant or space engineer...

Why Use Accountants to Prepare Your Business Taxes?

Reno Charlton | Posted 12.10.2013 | UK
Reno Charlton

There are many key reasons why you should consider using a professional accountancy service for your business taxes.

If Only I Was an Accountant

Gareth Johnson | Posted 03.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Gareth Johnson

I really envy Accountants. Clever kids who do well at school, they understand maths, they study economics and business, they work hard and qualify as Accountants. When they search for a new job they look up the 'Positions Available' under 'A' for Accountant.

The Cloud Is Here to Stay - Now Make It Work for You

Mark Little | Posted 19.06.2013 | UK Tech
Mark Little

As the rate of technological innovation accelerates, we are not only seeing a new generation of digitally enabled, entrepreneurial businesses emerge, but likewise, traditional industries are being disrupted and existing small and medium businesses are being given a renewed competitive advantage.

In an Evolving Economic Climate, Businesses Must Become Less Reactive to Short-Term Volatility

Andrew H. Harding | Posted 14.02.2013 | UK
Andrew H. Harding

As the World Economic Forum gathered in Davos, many commentators made reference to Thomas Mann's novel The Magic Mountain - is the world economy makin...

One Year On and Still Notworking

Geoffrey Wadhurst | Posted 31.10.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Geoffrey Wadhurst

It's almost exactly a year since I started my "Notworking Blog". Its first incarnation was in the Guardian Work section which followed a career trajectory similar to my own, folding quietly in June.

'I Failed My O-Levels.. But Look At Me Now'

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 16.08.2012 | UK Universities & Education

Does getting your dream job depend on getting good grades? You can still be a journalist, a documentary maker, a city accountant, work on high-profile...

It's Time Once Again for Self-Assessment Forms

Marcus Moore | Posted 18.02.2012 | UK
Marcus Moore

Post-apocalyptic science fiction novels have one thing in common: the survivors are never seen sitting around a bleak, wasteland campfire using the st...