Get the best, most relevant advice
In 2018 we will be tackling some of the biggest topics affecting the accounting profession today. Relevant to sole practitioners and multi-partner accounting businesses these live online broadcasts are designed to empower and educate.
How to deliver better client service in the digital age
Thursday 19 July, 11am
Providing exceptional client experience has always been a top priority for accountants. However, the digital age has brought new processes, techniques and tools, as well as increased rewards for those firms who get it right. How can you evolve your practice to make sure you retain your clients and attract new ones?
You’ve done cloud, now what?
The clearest trend to emerge from the 2017 Excellence Awards was the arrival of cloud systems in the practice mainstream. This session will examine how firms are adapting their cloud services to differentiate themselves.
What’s ahead on the road to MTD?
In the second Accounting Excellence Talks session on digital compliance the panel digs more deeply into preparations for the transition to Making Tax Digital. As well as dealing with the technical and technology aspects of MTD, the session will delve into awareness levels of MTD within small businesses and what accountants will need to do to bring their clients up to speed.
Secrets of tech-first firms
Keeping up with new technology is one of the greatest concerns for accountants today, but how can you discern which will be the most beneficial for you, and can certain software help you attract and retain clients and staff?
VAT Reclaim: Don’t leave money on the table
T&E isn’t just a complex expense — it’s one of your biggest. But are you leaving money on the table? In this free session for accountants in business, a panel of experts will give practical guidance on VAT recovery of expenses and how you can lower costs and help your bottom line.
The coming digital tax challenges, with Rebecca Benneyworth
Small business tax is in a state of flux, so prepare your clients and firm for these changes with practical advice from tax expert Rebecca Benneyworth, Nick Williams from Intuit Quickbooks and practitioner Fiona Fraser.