Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, will share its expert insights into emerging technologies at this year’s Accountex.
Richard Collin, head of mobile application development at Thomson Reuters will deliver his keynote speech ‘What is Blockchain?’ on Thursday 12 May, at 1pm. Delegates can hear how this new technology is set to revolutionise the tax and accounting professions by booking their place in the Accountex Keynote Theatre.
Guest Blog by Briony Kempton, Head of Accounts Production, UK Tax & Accounting
In my last blog I highlighted the changing regulatory landscape in the UK GAAP impacting a number of entities be that corporates, charities or LLPs.
Small companies can still apply the FRSSE for their December 2015 year ends – although this is an updated FRSSE (effective January 2015). However, small companies are also impacted by the introduction of FRS 102. For accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2016 the FRSSE will be withdrawn and small companies will have to apply Section 1A of FRS 102 (early application is permitted). Section 1A sets out the presentation and disclosure requirements for small entities based on the new small companies’ regime within company law. The recognition and measurement requirements of FRS 102 will apply to companies applying Section 1A. A new micro entity standard, FRS 105, will also be effective for smaller entities, again effective for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2016 (although early application is permitted).
It could be as simple as a power cut or as serious as the severe flooding this year that created miles of record breaking devastation across the UK. Regardless of the cause, any interruption to your operation is bad for business.
Blog by Dave Pearson, Digita Senior Development Manager – Practice & Workflow
It’s vital to get the right fit of Document Management System for your practice’s needs and opportunities – but how do you determine what that fit is when no two practices are the same and there’s such a wide array of differing functionality available? more »
Blog by Glenn Tucker, Manager of Digita Client Services
When you invest in new software for your practice, part of the package will almost certainly include training. Digita offers training in a variety of formats: onsite classroom style, online via WebEx, and on-demand videos.
Here are our top three tips for choosing training: more »
Blog by Ian Manson, Product Manager of Digita Company Secretarial
Software development is a continual work in progress. It doesn’t stand still in the constantly evolving competitive, technological and especially regulatory environment. more »
Guest blog by Mark Lee FCA
The only cards accountants generally play with at networking events are business cards. Popular business card games include the perennial classics: ‘how many can I give out in one night?’ and ‘how many can I collect?’. more »
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