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The Generation GAAP: Preparing for Generations Y and Z

A decade of technological change has had a profound impact on the world, with new ideas and systems making the world seem smaller, more connected and easier to navigate.

Discover why you need to prepare for the influx of Generations Y and Z...

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Manj Devgon
17 May 2017

New FRS: Your Next Steps part IV

Part three in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

Part four in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

Worried about the effect that transitioning to new FRS will have on your time and costs? Our free-to-use transition calculator figures out exactly how much extra time and money each of your clients will require...Part three in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.
Worried about the effect that transitioning to new FRS will have on your time and costs? Our free-to-use transition calculator figures out exactly how much extra time and money each of your clients will require...Part three in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

Worried about the effect that transitioning to new FRS will have on your time and costs? Our free-to-use transition calculator figures out exactly how much extra time and money each of your clients will require...

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New FRS: Your Next Steps part III

Part three in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

Part three in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

Worried about the effect that transitioning to new FRS will have on your time and costs? Our free-to-use transition calculator figures out exactly how much extra time and money each of your clients will require...

 

Worried about the effect that transitioning to new FRS will have on your time and costs? Our free-to-use transition calculator figures out exactly how much extra time and money each of your clients will require...Part three in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.
Worried about the effect that transitioning to new FRS will have on your time and costs? Our free-to-use transition calculator figures out exactly how much extra time and money each of your clients will require...Part three in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

Worried about the effect that transitioning to new FRS will have on your time and costs? Our free-to-use transition calculator figures out exactly how much extra time and money each of your clients will require...

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Is your software FRS-ready?

With our market-leading software, full compliance is a given - in fact, thanks to our key relationships with HMRC, Companies House, etc., we're always a step ahead in terms of both competition and technological readiness.

Find out more about how we can help you and your practice in our latest blog...

 

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Steve Cox
7 June 2016

New FRS: Your Next Steps part II

Part two in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

What we've discovered is that by preparing for the new FRS now, you’ll avoid any negative impact on your day-to-day business later...

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Paul Onions
27 May 2016

New FRS - Your Next Steps

We've examined some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

What we discovered is that by preparing for the new FRS now, you’ll avoid any negative impact on your day-to-day business later...


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Paul Onions
11 April 2016

New FRS: Delaying the inevitable and having your say on the changes...

The transition to the new FRS could see your accounts preparation taking significantly longer; are you ready for the changes? Are you happy with them?

This year, the FRC are giving you the opportunity to feed back on the new FRS. Read on to find out how...

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Paul Onions
24 March 2016

Accountants' New Year resolutions

As we enter into a New Year, it is natural to evaluate what you have achieved in the past 12 months and to look for ways to improve. Many people will do this by setting themselves goals or New Year’s resolutions.

Whether this is to get fit, learn a new hobby or spend more time with family, these resolutions help you focus your energy over the coming months.

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Steve Cox
10 February 2016

Is it time for the finance department to axe Excel?

Is it time for the finance department to axe Excel? For all the progress that’s been made in technology innovation to improve efficiencies and reduce anomalies, the humble Excel spreadsheet still seems to be the centrepiece of many finance departments management...

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Alex McCormack
12 August 2015

Over a quarter of UK finance departments are unsure if they are GAAP compliant

Our recent study of 500 finance departments highlighted a disturbing lack of preparation across UK organisations for the new International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) 101 and 102 standards, with less than a third of companies currently compliant. Even...

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Alex McCormack
31 July 2015
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