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No Accounting for Taste ep71: Recruiting in the middle of a pandemic

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 HQ to chew over the latest news in the accountancy and his firm’s response to the virus. As a relatively new firm, Andy knows too well how tough it is starting out, finding clients and having a work-life balance. But if that wasn’t tough enough, throw in a global pandemic. On top of all that, he had to recruit in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis. Andy had an influx of extra work because firms near him couldn’t cope, had furloughed staff or weren’t providing the service the businesses wanted. He talks the team through the process of hiring a new team member. Links to the stories mentioned in this episode can be found here: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/content/no-accounting-for-taste-ep71-recruiting-in-the-middle-of-a-pandemic

39 MIN2 d ago
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No Accounting for Taste ep71: Recruiting in the middle of a pandemic

No Accounting for Taste ep70: MTD extended, VAT 5% cut, and eat out to help out

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 to the stories discussed in this episode and more information: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/content/no-accounting-for-taste-ep70-mtd-extended-vat-5-cut-and-eat-out-to-help-out

41 MIN2 w ago
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No Accounting for Taste ep70: MTD extended, VAT 5% cut, and eat out to help out

No Accounting for Taste ep69: Beauty and the beast of Covid-19

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. A sector which has suffered a lot during this coronavirus crisis has been the beauty industry. After months of uncertainty, the hair sector was finally able to open its doors once again on 4 July in England along with pubs, restaurants and much of the hospitality sector. But the beauty sector is still one of the remaining industries without a return date, leaving many of these businesses questioning their future. Hosts Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk ask niche practice owner Ria-Jaine Lincoln how her beauty clients have coped over lockdown and find out how she's managed the excessive workload when her entire client base was unable to trade and needed her support. For all the news and opinions from the world of accountancy, visit AccountingWEB.co.uk: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/

30 MINJUL 9
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No Accounting for Taste ep69: Beauty and the beast of Covid-19

No Accounting for Taste ep68: SMEs rate accountants' Covid-19 performance

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 episode, hosts Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk are joined by PracticeWeb’s Mike Crook and Insight 101’s Phillipa Haynes to find out how SMEs feel accountants have performed during the Covid-19 crisis. What the Covid-19 crisis has highlighted is that SMEs want strong communication skills from their accountant. Using data from their new SME insight report, Mike and Phillipa emphasise the importance of communication and human connection as part of the accountant and client relationship. Go to AccountingWEB.co.uk for all the links discussed in this episode: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/content/no-accounting-for-taste-ep68-smes-rate-accountants-covid-19-performance

27 MINJUN 25
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No Accounting for Taste ep68: SMEs rate accountants' Covid-19 performance

No Accounting for Taste ep67: Time management during Covid-19 crisis

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 ultimate leap of faith at just 21 and started her own accountancy firm. We’ll discuss Georgia’s route into practice and whether being a young practice owner has enabled her to stand out from the crowd. Georgia also reveals how she’s coped in her response to Covid-19. As an advocate of having a work-life balance, Georgia explains how effective time management has helped her keep on top of the workload without suffering the effects of the always-on culture. Then the pod team reviews the latest news in accountancy, including how firms will adjust to the post-lockdown office life, what we can expect from the mini-Budget, the delay to the CIS reverse charge and the furlough scheme.

35 MINJUN 11
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No Accounting for Taste ep67: Time management during Covid-19 crisis

No Accounting for Taste ep66: Change your thinking to succeed post-virus

On this week’s podcast, we discuss the latest news including the government’s coronavirus schemes and consider how changing your thinking could help your practice thrive post-virus.

39 MINMAY 28
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No Accounting for Taste ep66: Change your thinking to succeed post-virus

Covid-19 business health check

Host Richard Hattersley is joined by Sage’s director of product management and former accountant in practice Chris Downing,Sam Mitcham from SJCM Accountancyand Emily Smith from Finlayson & Co to find out how accountants are preparing their clients for the uncertain future.

33 MINMAY 22
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Covid-19 business health check

No Accounting for Taste ep65: How long can accountants keep going?

On this week’s edition of No Accounting for Taste, we consider the ramifications of the intense coronavirus workload and questionjust 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 first expected. As exhaustion starts to settle in, accountants were back at the coalface with the launch of the government’s self-employed income support scheme. To discuss how he’s managed to keep going throughout the pandemic, hosts Richard Hattersley John Stokdyk are joined by AccountingWEB legend, Glenn Martin (AKA Glennzy). Glenn talks about motivation, how he’s planning to help his clients through what he expects to be an extremely tough Q3 and also the latest news from the week in accounting. For all the links to the stories discussed in this episode, head to AccountingWEB.co.uk: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/content/no-accounti...

35 MINMAY 14
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No Accounting for Taste ep65: How long can accountants keep going?

No Accounting for Taste ep64: Furlough portal puts pressure on accountants

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, there are still many kinks which have caused a great amount of consternation, from the laborious 14-screen sequence to the 15-minute time-out limit they are up against. But the biggest complication though is the furloughing claim restrictions which mean businesses with fewer than 100 employees have to enter details individually. Joining AccountingWEB editors Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk is Kirsty McGregor, the founder of the Corporate Finance Network. She is the moving force behind a new campaign that is calling on HMRC to change this application process for CJRS grant claims. McGregor is urging HMRC to bring the process into l...

32 MINAPR 30
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No Accounting for Taste ep64: Furlough portal puts pressure on accountants

No Accounting for Taste ep63: How SMEs are coping through COVID-19

On this week’s episode of No Accounting for Taste we investigate the impact the coronavirus has had on UK small and medium-sized businesses and find out what they really want from their accountant. As the last few weeks have demonstrated, accountants have been in great demand to help support small businesses. Just take a look on AccountingWEB’s Any Answers forum and you’ll read stories of businesses pulled up from the brink of collapse as accountants have worked tirelessly around the clock to save their clients. But the reality of the likely economic fallout of the virus was unveiled by the Chancellor this week who quoted OBR figures that warned of a 35% drop in GDP for the second quarter of 2020 So how are small businesses really coping? And what plans have their accountants put in place to guide them through the rocky months ahead? Joining host Richard Hattersley and AccountingWEB's editor-in-chief John Stokdyk to discuss the realities from the small business frontline is the M...

28 MINAPR 17
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No Accounting for Taste ep63: How SMEs are coping through COVID-19

Latest Episodes

No Accounting for Taste ep71: Recruiting in the middle of a pandemic

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 HQ to chew over the latest news in the accountancy and his firm’s response to the virus. As a relatively new firm, Andy knows too well how tough it is starting out, finding clients and having a work-life balance. But if that wasn’t tough enough, throw in a global pandemic. On top of all that, he had to recruit in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis. Andy had an influx of extra work because firms near him couldn’t cope, had furloughed staff or weren’t providing the service the businesses wanted. He talks the team through the process of hiring a new team member. Links to the stories mentioned in this episode can be found here: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/content/no-accounting-for-taste-ep71-recruiting-in-the-middle-of-a-pandemic

39 MIN2 d ago
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No Accounting for Taste ep71: Recruiting in the middle of a pandemic

No Accounting for Taste ep70: MTD extended, VAT 5% cut, and eat out to help out

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 to the stories discussed in this episode and more information: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/content/no-accounting-for-taste-ep70-mtd-extended-vat-5-cut-and-eat-out-to-help-out

41 MIN2 w ago
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No Accounting for Taste ep70: MTD extended, VAT 5% cut, and eat out to help out

No Accounting for Taste ep69: Beauty and the beast of Covid-19

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. A sector which has suffered a lot during this coronavirus crisis has been the beauty industry. After months of uncertainty, the hair sector was finally able to open its doors once again on 4 July in England along with pubs, restaurants and much of the hospitality sector. But the beauty sector is still one of the remaining industries without a return date, leaving many of these businesses questioning their future. Hosts Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk ask niche practice owner Ria-Jaine Lincoln how her beauty clients have coped over lockdown and find out how she's managed the excessive workload when her entire client base was unable to trade and needed her support. For all the news and opinions from the world of accountancy, visit AccountingWEB.co.uk: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/

30 MINJUL 9
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No Accounting for Taste ep69: Beauty and the beast of Covid-19

No Accounting for Taste ep68: SMEs rate accountants' Covid-19 performance

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 episode, hosts Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk are joined by PracticeWeb’s Mike Crook and Insight 101’s Phillipa Haynes to find out how SMEs feel accountants have performed during the Covid-19 crisis. What the Covid-19 crisis has highlighted is that SMEs want strong communication skills from their accountant. Using data from their new SME insight report, Mike and Phillipa emphasise the importance of communication and human connection as part of the accountant and client relationship. Go to AccountingWEB.co.uk for all the links discussed in this episode: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/content/no-accounting-for-taste-ep68-smes-rate-accountants-covid-19-performance

27 MINJUN 25
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No Accounting for Taste ep68: SMEs rate accountants' Covid-19 performance

No Accounting for Taste ep67: Time management during Covid-19 crisis

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 ultimate leap of faith at just 21 and started her own accountancy firm. We’ll discuss Georgia’s route into practice and whether being a young practice owner has enabled her to stand out from the crowd. Georgia also reveals how she’s coped in her response to Covid-19. As an advocate of having a work-life balance, Georgia explains how effective time management has helped her keep on top of the workload without suffering the effects of the always-on culture. Then the pod team reviews the latest news in accountancy, including how firms will adjust to the post-lockdown office life, what we can expect from the mini-Budget, the delay to the CIS reverse charge and the furlough scheme.

35 MINJUN 11
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No Accounting for Taste ep67: Time management during Covid-19 crisis

No Accounting for Taste ep66: Change your thinking to succeed post-virus

On this week’s podcast, we discuss the latest news including the government’s coronavirus schemes and consider how changing your thinking could help your practice thrive post-virus.

39 MINMAY 28
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No Accounting for Taste ep66: Change your thinking to succeed post-virus

Covid-19 business health check

Host Richard Hattersley is joined by Sage’s director of product management and former accountant in practice Chris Downing,Sam Mitcham from SJCM Accountancyand Emily Smith from Finlayson & Co to find out how accountants are preparing their clients for the uncertain future.

33 MINMAY 22
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Covid-19 business health check

No Accounting for Taste ep65: How long can accountants keep going?

On this week’s edition of No Accounting for Taste, we consider the ramifications of the intense coronavirus workload and questionjust 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 first expected. As exhaustion starts to settle in, accountants were back at the coalface with the launch of the government’s self-employed income support scheme. To discuss how he’s managed to keep going throughout the pandemic, hosts Richard Hattersley John Stokdyk are joined by AccountingWEB legend, Glenn Martin (AKA Glennzy). Glenn talks about motivation, how he’s planning to help his clients through what he expects to be an extremely tough Q3 and also the latest news from the week in accounting. For all the links to the stories discussed in this episode, head to AccountingWEB.co.uk: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/content/no-accounti...

35 MINMAY 14
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No Accounting for Taste ep65: How long can accountants keep going?

No Accounting for Taste ep64: Furlough portal puts pressure on accountants

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, there are still many kinks which have caused a great amount of consternation, from the laborious 14-screen sequence to the 15-minute time-out limit they are up against. But the biggest complication though is the furloughing claim restrictions which mean businesses with fewer than 100 employees have to enter details individually. Joining AccountingWEB editors Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk is Kirsty McGregor, the founder of the Corporate Finance Network. She is the moving force behind a new campaign that is calling on HMRC to change this application process for CJRS grant claims. McGregor is urging HMRC to bring the process into l...

32 MINAPR 30
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No Accounting for Taste ep64: Furlough portal puts pressure on accountants

No Accounting for Taste ep63: How SMEs are coping through COVID-19

On this week’s episode of No Accounting for Taste we investigate the impact the coronavirus has had on UK small and medium-sized businesses and find out what they really want from their accountant. As the last few weeks have demonstrated, accountants have been in great demand to help support small businesses. Just take a look on AccountingWEB’s Any Answers forum and you’ll read stories of businesses pulled up from the brink of collapse as accountants have worked tirelessly around the clock to save their clients. But the reality of the likely economic fallout of the virus was unveiled by the Chancellor this week who quoted OBR figures that warned of a 35% drop in GDP for the second quarter of 2020 So how are small businesses really coping? And what plans have their accountants put in place to guide them through the rocky months ahead? Joining host Richard Hattersley and AccountingWEB's editor-in-chief John Stokdyk to discuss the realities from the small business frontline is the M...

28 MINAPR 17
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No Accounting for Taste ep63: How SMEs are coping through COVID-19
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