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Beyond the numbers
Sep 3, 2020
Targeting tax incentives
In this episode of Inside Accountancy, reporter Leanna Reeves talks to GovGrant CEO Luke Hamm to assess how tax incentives should be further targeted to encourage investment from organisations into R&D projects.
May 6, 2020
Mitigating WFH challenges and cost
In the latest episode of Inside Accountancy, reporter Shannon Moyer chats with Crowe UK tax partner Nicky Owen about the changes accountants face while remote working.
Apr 29, 2020
Coronavirus and accountancy
Reporter Tom Lemmon speaks to Haines Watts managing partner, Donna Bulmer about how the firm is coping with coronavirus
Mar 9, 2020
Podcast: Inside Accountancy episode 14 – 100 years of women in accountancy, law and veterinary science
A podcast with ICAEW president, Fiona Wilkinson marking 100 years of women in accountancy
Feb 24, 2020
Podcast: Inside Accountancy episode 13 – Cloud-based data security in accounting
In the latest episode of Inside Accountancy, Paycircle co-founder Jamie Costello discusses the importance of secure cloud-based software within accountancy.
Feb 17, 2020
Podcast: Inside Accountancy episode 12 – In and out of practice
Neil Walker, Principle Consultant at AJ Chambers and Lee Holloway, Partner and head of the Tax Risk Management team at Grant Thornton, discuss the differences between working in practice and within industry.
Feb 10, 2020
Podcast: Inside Accountancy episode 11 – IR35 has instilled a ‘fear culture’
In the latest episode of Inside Accountancy, Darren Fell CEO and Founder of Crunch Accounting discusses the government’s proposed changes to IR35 and asks why HMRC can’t go after the big tech firms instead.
Jan 31, 2020
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 10 – The evolving role of accountants
In the latest episode of the Inside Accountancy podcast, Natasha Frangos, Partner, Head of Corporate and Head of Creative, Media and Technology at haysmacintyre joins us to talk about the changing nature of the accountancy profession and the skills required to survive in this new look world.
Jan 20, 2020
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 9 – Bad debt vs disputed debt and the opportunity for accountants
In the latest episode of the Inside Accountancy podcast, Chris Clay, co-founder and managing director of Escalate Disputes, and partner at PKF Littlejohn, discusses the topic of corporate debt, dispute resolution and why there’s an opportunity for accountants in this space.
Dec 11, 2019
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 8 – Cheesecake and superpowers
In the latest episode of the Inside Accountancy podcast, Caroline Plumb OBE, founder and CEO of cash management solution Fluidly, discusses the march of digital transformation in accounting.
Dec 3, 2019
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 7 – Alternative Finance
In our seventh episode of the Inside Accountancy podcast, Ollie Maitland, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer of finance platform Capitalise, speaks with reporter Chris Jewers about alternative finance, and why accountants should be in-the-know.
Nov 8, 2019
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 6 – The future of MTD
In our latest podcast, Andy Dancer, CTO of Tax Systems, talks to Tom Lemmon about what to expect in the next phases of MTD.
Oct 29, 2019
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 5 – Can technology solve the audit crisis?
In the latest podcast we talk to Katie Canell and Simon Cleveland from Deloitte about whether technology can solve the audit crisis and what role humans still have to play in audit.
Oct 14, 2019
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 4 – R&D Tax Credits: doing nothing is not an option
In our latest podcast we talk to Luke Hamm from GovGrant about the need for the R&D tax credit programme to be kickstarted in the UK in order to drive much needed innovation.
Oct 4, 2019
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 3 – Accounting for your freelance clients
In Episode 3 of Inside Accountancy, Accountancy Age reporter Shannon Moyer talks to Richard Hepburn of Gorilla Accounting about IR35, digital solutions, and the key considerations of providing accounting to freelancers. Hepburn has worked in the industry for several years as an ACCA and AAT qualified accountant, and is currently an operations manager at Gorilla. With experience providing accountancy to freelancers, LTDs, and even Instagram influencers, Hepburn talks about the unique set of challenges that come with each client, and how to stay ahead of the game with digital services. Later on, the controversial IR35 is discussed, and Hepburn provides an explanation of what accountants should be concerned about—and what they shouldn’t be worrying their clients about. For more episodes of Inside Accountancy, click here for our interview with the ICAEW’s Rowena Hawkes about preparing skills for the future, or click here for our interview with Dr Louise Beaumont about late paymen…
Sep 20, 2019
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 2 – Late payments
In Episode 2 of Inside Accountancy, Accountancy Age reporter Chris Jewers discusses the issue of late payments with Dr Louise Beaumont.