Guest blog by, Chris Taylor, Marketing Assistant, Thomson Reuters
Client referrals can be one of the most powerful ways for your practice to meet lead generation targets. In today’s highly competitive market, acquiring new business is a challenge for everyone. However, successfully implementing a referral program can put your practice one step ahead of the curve. more »
Guest blog by, Ian Cooper, Business Development Manager
The more you know about cloud computing, the more you’ll understand why it has received so much attention in recent years. Also referred to as hosted computing, cloud computing generally refers to a complete software solution that your practice accesses over the web. It uses a centralised data centre, which is a facility used to house computer systems and associated components, such as data storage systems.
By Chris Cullen, Tax Support Specialist.
Whether it’s for tax planning purposes or internal housekeeping it’s always useful to be able to report on clients meeting specific criteria (over a certain age, specific income types or thresholds, etc.); this can be done in Personal Tax using the Query Manager.
Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, has launched the first products in a brand new suite of integrated cloud-based solutions designed to boost the productivity and efficiency of accountants and tax professionals.
Guest blog by, Mark Purdue, Product Manager – Tax products
Busy season – How was it for you?
We teamed up with AccountingWeb recently to survey over 500 UK accountants to see how busy season 2016 had gone for them and their practices. The survey revealed the mood was sombre…
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Guest blog by, Ian Manson, Digita Product Manager
On 6th April, a commitment to corporate transparency made at the June 2013 G8 summit will become a reality.
The summit was hosted by the United Kingdom at Lough Erne, Northern Ireland and presided over by David Cameron. Its themes were tax evasion and transparency.
One of the commitments, made in David Cameron’s Summit Declaration, was that “Companies should know who really owns them and tax collectors and law enforcers should be able to obtain this information easily.”
Guest blog by, Mikaela Barton, Digita Marketing Assistant
Guest blog by, James Bowers-Lee, Digita Inside sales representative
Do you ever feel you’re spending too much time managing your work than actually doing it? Well now you don’t have to. Digita Practice Advanced will allow you to create smart intuitive projects to manage your practice without the workload.
Guest blog by, Connor Mears, Digita Sales Consultant
In the ever changing world of Tax & Accounting we find ourselves changing the way we work in practice. Whether this is software updates, complying with new regulations or changing to a paperless office. Your day to day processes are guaranteed to change at one point or another.
Guest Blog by James Bowers-Lee, Digita Sales Consultant
Could this be the one tool your practice is missing and desperately needs?
Did you ever wonder if you could manage your entire practice differently, more efficiently? Perhaps you may be spending more time on your clients and less time on the mundane administrative tasks that give us that Monday morning dread and keep us late on a Friday evening. Digita Practice Advanced can help to solve these problems! This comprehensive accounting software is designed to streamline practice efficiency to meet the needs of today’s professionals.
Guest Blog by Andrew Flanagan, Digita Managing Director and Simon Brookings, Digita Head of Sales
We’ve all heard the old phrase “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. But what if it “ain’t” actually “broke”? What if it’s, well, adequate… average… or just downright frustrating?
How many of these seven signs do you recognise?
Guest Blog by Amanda Magri Overend, Digita Marketing Executive
How dedicated are you to the idea of starting up your own practice?
Is this something you have always wanted to develop or have certain circumstances prompted you to consider this idea?
With every chapter, every experience and every challenge you will encounter in your career, there is opportunity.
Take the opportunity to grow, the opportunity to learn and the opportunity to avoid costly mistakes so frequently made by new practice owners before they even open their doors for business. Here are 6 accounting top tips to making your practice start-up experience a successful one.
Guest Blog by Candice Hardman, Digita Inside Sales Representative
The tax and accounting industry is dynamic and ever-changing. Today, more than ever, choosing the right provider for your Tax and Accounting software needs is pivotal to running a successful practice.
Guest Blog by Simon Brookings, Digita Head of Sales
Post the end of tax season is seen as a strategically important point in time for growth. Everything is under the microscope, including technology, resources, processes and development. While pressure points may vary from year to year, one remains nearly constant, practices are almost always looking for ways to expand and increase profitability.
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