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iXBRL filing might add hours to the workload of accountants

Online accountants could find that it takes them up to eight hours longer to file corporate tax returns in iXBRL format.

Cash accounting for small firms is a no-go, says Xero

Accountants may be interested to hear that Xero has called on the coalition to abandon its proposals for simplified statutory reporting for micro-businesses.

Intuit releases new version of QuickBooks accounting software

Online accountants may be interested to learn that Intuit has launched the latest release of its popular QuickBooks software.

SME owners don’t have time to meet their accountant

E-conomic, the online accounting software provider, recently surveyed SMEs on what they would like their accountants to do better.

Reducing accounting requirements is not the answer

Accountants have hit back at the government’s latest proposals to reduce the accounting and reporting requirement for the UK’s so called micro businesses.

New iPhone app launched to help contractors record expenses

Contractor accountants may be interested to learn that a new iPhone app has been released to help the self-employed keep track of their expenses.

Do accountants monitor cloud usage?

Small businesses and contractor accountants should monitor the way employees use cloud computing systems to make sure they are getting the full benefits of the service, according to Opsview.

Cloud computing proves beneficial to accountants in London

The advent of cloud computing has had the most profound impact on finance professionals, such as accountants in London, according to the CEO of Netsuite, Zach Nelson.

Take care when implementing accounting software says BSA

The UK’s small businesses have been warned not to cut corners when they implement accounting software programs.

Are all accountants business advisors as well?

A panel of leading accountants has said that accountancy firms need to rethink their hiring strategy of they want to thrive in the current economic climate. In particular, they should be looking for candidates with a wide range of skills and experience.