Inside Accountancy https://www.accountancyage.com Brought to you by Accountancy Age. Mon, 28 Mar 2022 13:59:34 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.2 Beyond the numbers Inside Accountancy clean episodic Inside Accountancy chris.jewers@contentive.com chris.jewers@contentive.com (Inside Accountancy) Beyond the numbers Inside Accountancy https://www.accountancyage.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/InsideAccountancySquareImage.jpg https://www.accountancyage.com TV-G London, UK London, UK Bi-Weekly Podcast: Inside Accountancy episode 14 – 100 years of women in accountancy, law and veterinary science https://www.accountancyage.com/2020/03/09/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-14-100-years-of-women-in-accountancy-law-and-veterinary-science/ Mon, 09 Mar 2020 15:27:42 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=283883 A podcast with ICAEW president, Fiona Wilkinson marking 100 years of women in accountancy

In the latest episode of Inside Accountancy, we spoke to Anna Bradshaw, member of the Law Society’s EU Committee, and Amanda Boag, senior vice president of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, alongside Wilkinson to reflect on 100 years of women in accountancy, law and veterinary science.

Women were permitted to practice in the three professions as part of the reforms made in the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919. Just over 100 years on, how have the professions changed, what still needs to improve and how has progress differed between the professions?

In this podcast we discuss:

  • The history behind women moving into the three professions
  • How attitudes to women have changed over the last 100 years
  • What the future holds for women in the three professions
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Podcast: Inside Accountancy episode 13 – Cloud-based data security in accounting https://www.accountancyage.com/2020/02/24/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-13-cloud-based-data-security-in-accounting/ Mon, 24 Feb 2020 16:59:45 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=283672 In the latest episode of Inside Accountancy, Paycircle co-founder Jamie Costello discusses the importance of secure cloud-based software within accountancy.

In this episode of Inside Accountancy, we spoke about this topic with Jamie Costello, the co-founder of HR, payroll and pensions software provider Paycircle.

With a background in corporation tax and experience from his time at Microsoft Research, Costello has seen the growth of the cloud both inside and outside of the accounting industry.

“What we’re really talking about when we’re talking about the cloud is, we’re talking about large data warehouses, hosted by people like Amazon or Microsoft or Google, who maintain vast server farms,” Costello explained.

“When people talk about going to the cloud, really that’s like saying, ‘I’m going to the shops,’ and you really want to know what you’re going to buy, so just ‘going to the shops’ isn’t going to get you a nice jacket.”

Costello also explained that the data security benefits of the cloud are plentiful, but accountants need to vet service providers on their specific security standards.

“What you really want to be doing is asking your supplier how they set up their security, because if they’re done it properly, there is almost no chance of the information being lost.

“Let’s imagine, worst case scenario, somebody does get a hold of one of the accountancy workers’ credentials. So this is an example of the way the cloud has extra features, which people—when they talk about the cloud—don’t really realise that what you’re doing is using not only their storage and computing power, but also leveraging their software.”

In this episode, we also discuss:

  • The power of the cloud within accountancy
  • Why accountants need to be future-focused
  • Selecting the right provider for your business

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Podcast: Inside Accountancy episode 12 – In and out of practice https://www.accountancyage.com/2020/02/17/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-12-in-and-out-of-practice/ Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:24:52 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=283563 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.

In our latest podcast, Neil Walker, Principle Consultant at AJ Chambers speaks to Lee Holloway, Partner and head of the Tax Risk Management team at Grant Thornton, about his career progression that saw him leave and return to practice.

Lee spent 10 years at KPMG but left to get gain industry experience, working in-house for Halfords and Next in his time away from practice.

He explains how it has become more common for accountants to leave practice to work in industry to gain more experience, before returning to practice again, and how that experience in industry is incredibly valuable on return.

Lee compares his experiences in both practice and industry, explains the differences between the two, and shares some of the challenges he faced when returning to practice.

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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. 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. Inside Accountancy clean 13:39
Podcast: Inside Accountancy episode 11 – IR35 has instilled a ‘fear culture’ https://www.accountancyage.com/2020/02/10/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-11-ir35-has-instilled-a-fear-culture/ Mon, 10 Feb 2020 17:23:03 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=283475 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. The proposed changes to IR35 have caused no shortage of headaches for accountants, freelancers and contractors alike. Fell lays the blame squarely at the door of HMRC.

“They have tried for years to go after the individual contractors and they have failed… So, they have now chosen the corporations and the payroll departments within the corporations to be responsible for the determination,” he said .

“The hundreds of people I’ve spoken to – particularly within the payroll departments – are scared. And what HMRC have done is instilled a fear culture in the corporations.”

Despite being the founder of a top 70 accountancy firm, Fell is not an accountant but an entrepreneur. Freelancing was often how he managed to stay afloat in the early days of making his first business.

In this podcast Fell highlights a number of the problems he has identified with the changes to IR35.

We also discuss:

  • The impact of IR35 on contractors
  • How IR35 worked in the public sector
  • Whether the new Government will stop the incoming changes
  • The impact on accountants

 

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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. 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. Inside Accountancy clean 22:52
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 10 – The evolving role of accountants https://www.accountancyage.com/2020/01/31/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-10-the-evolving-role-of-accountants/ Fri, 31 Jan 2020 14:12:31 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=283221 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.

It’s a much talked about fact that the role of accountants is evolving, with much more emphasis on client relationships and a rise in advisory and guidance work complementing the more ‘traditional’ compliance work.

But what does this really mean for accountancy professionals and how can this shifting focus actually be embraced?

Very well placed to discuss this evolution with us on our latest Inside Accountancy Podcast is Natasha Frangos, Partner at haysmacintyre and member of the firm’s Management Board.

Frangos trained and qualified with haysmacintyre and has been a partner since 2009, and now heads up its Creative, Media and Technology team. Her clients include design, fashion, retail, media agency, e-commerce and technology businesses, and she often acts for the individuals behind these businesses as well.

Natasha will often act for a company from its early stages, through to growth and expansion, during a transaction and remain involved in the company beyond that event. She prides herself on developing long lasting client relationships, often acting as a sounding board for her clients across a range of commercial and financial issues, delivering a personal and high value service in the process.

In this podcast we discuss:

  • The route Frangos has taken to get where she is today
  • How haysmacintyre has provided support throughout this journey
  • How the role of accountants is evolving from her perspective
  • The differences in specific verticals, specifically in the creative, media and technology space
  • The specific skills required to service high growth clients in this space
  • The development of long-lasting client relationships and secrets behind building them
  • How haysmacintyre’s service will develop in 2020 and beyond to ensure the firm stays ahead of the curve.

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Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 9 – Bad debt vs disputed debt and the opportunity for accountants https://www.accountancyage.com/2020/01/20/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-9-bad-debt-vs-disputed-debt-and-the-opportunity-for-accountants/ Mon, 20 Jan 2020 12:27:19 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=283076 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.

In the latest episode of our Inside Accountancy podcast, Accountancy Age’s Austin Clark talks to Chris Clay, co-founder and managing director of award-winning dispute resolution firm Escalate Disputes, about corporate debts, dispute resolution and the potential for accountancy firms to add another service offering to their portfolios.

The debate around bad debt versus disputed debt is a big one. In excess of £40 billion of unpaid debt is currently written off because businesses don’t have access to a cost-effective solution to resolve their commercial disputes, or don’t know where to turn for help.

In response to this, Clay, who is also a partner at PKF Littlejohn and has over 20 years’ experience in the financial services sector, set up Escalate to provide a smarter way to resolve SME disputes by focusing on a quick settlement, removing upfront costs and minimising risk.

Importantly, this also enables accountants to build fee income in this area by challenging historic ways of raising disputes and collecting cash.

In addition to the topics listed above, this podcast discusses:

  • The scale of the bad debt problem in the UK
  • How much of this bad debt is really disputed debt that SMEs can’t justify pursuing
  • The legacy issues that prevent businesses from pursuing bad debt
  • The opportunity here for accountants
  • How can accountancy firms introduce this new service and build business with clients

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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 acco... 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. Inside Accountancy clean 18:28
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 8 – Cheesecake and superpowers https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/12/11/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-8-cheesecake-and-superpowers/ Wed, 11 Dec 2019 09:34:05 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=282669 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.

In the latest episode of our Inside Accountancy podcast, Accountancy Age’s Editor Austin Clark talks to Caroline Plumb OBE, founder and CEO of Fluidly, about the rise and rise of automation and digitisation across the sector.

Plumb is well placed to talk about this topic having developed the AI-powered cash flow management solution after experiencing first-hand the pain of managing cashflow in a scaling business. A serial entrepreneur, Plumb was also one of the Prime Minister’s Business Ambassadors, representing the Professional Services sector.

In this podcast, we discuss what’s driving tech-led change and how the sector can embrace digital solutions, covering off why solutions are like cheesecake and how we need to think about superpowers!

Other points discussed include:

  • Will the rate of digital change continue to accelerate?
  • What areas are most interesting for accountants?
  • The barriers to automation and digitisation
  • The secrets of doing it well
  • Future tech and what it may look like

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Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 7 – Alternative Finance https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/12/03/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-7-alternative-finance/ Tue, 03 Dec 2019 16:09:41 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=282578 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. Download link

Despite the financial crash of 2008 now being more than a decade ago, a lack of willingness among big banks to finance SMEs remains. This has compounded recently in the face of Brexit, the threat of recession and further economic uncertainty. In that time, however, the number of alternative funding options available to SMEs have increased

Would-be entrepreneurs saw an opportunity to fill this market gap that has been left open by this reluctance to lend from big banks.

Ollie Maitland, co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Capitalise, is one such entrepreneur. Founded in 2016, Capitalise is a platform that matches accountants and their clients to sources of alternative finance.

Identifying the opportunity, and enabled in no small part by technology, hundreds of businesses offering various forms of finance grew out of the ashes of the financial crash. As a result, the alternative finance market has flourished into a thriving industry.

But there is still a lack of awareness among accountants, business owners and financial decision-makers around the finance options that are available, and staying on top of the market is a time-consuming job. Capitalise is looking to address this problem by assisting these groups, and connecting them to these sources.

As many accountants see their roles shift from compliance to advisory, the ability to assist SMEs with finding and securing finance is an opportunity to add value to a practice.

Speaking in the latest episode of Inside Accountancy, Ollie discusses Alternative Finance, what accountants need to know about it, the biggest challenges faced by accountants when sourcing finance, and what advise he would give to accountants who have been given the task of finding finance for their clients.

Accountancy Age also spoke to Ollie in November, where he discussed how accountants can add value to their practice by offering an alternative finance service. Read the full story here to learn more about the topic.


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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. 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. Inside Accountancy clean 27:32
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 6 – The future of MTD https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/11/08/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-6-the-future-of-mtd/ Fri, 08 Nov 2019 15:35:27 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=282209 In our latest podcast, Andy Dancer, CTO of Tax Systems, talks to Tom Lemmon about what to expect in the next phases of MTD.

In the latest episode of Inside Accountancy, Andy Dancer, CTO of Tax Systems, talks to Accountancy Age reporter, Tom Lemmon about what to expect as Making Tax Digital (MTD) moves into its next phase.

MTD for VAT is surely just the first step in the digitalisation of the UK tax regime as demands for increased tax transparency increase. From next year digital links will be mandatory, requiring data collection to be automated and following the successful implementation of MTD for VAT, MTD for income tax and MTD for corporation tax are set to follow.

In the podcast we discuss:

  • What to expect as the next steps for MTD
  • Why traditional, manual approaches to tax are being phased out
  • What challenges there are for MTD in the short-term
  • What the main changes are for large organisations

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In our latest podcast, Andy Dancer, CTO of Tax Systems, talks to Tom Lemmon about what to expect in the next phases 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. Inside Accountancy clean 18:40
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 5 – Can technology solve the audit crisis? https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/10/29/for-monday-podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-5-can-technology-solve-the-audit-crisis/ Tue, 29 Oct 2019 14:38:06 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=281982 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.

In the latest episode of Inside Accountancy, Accountancy Age’s reporter Tom Lemmon talks to Simon Cleveland, UK Public Policy and Regulatory Lead at Deloitte, and Katie Canell, Managing Director, UK Audit Innovation at Deloitte, about the role technology could play in solving the audit crisis.

Technology is dramatically changing how businesses work, and that in turn is transforming how audit needs to function. In the wake of a string of audit scandals, can technology provide a route out of the crisis?

In this thought-provoking podcast, we discuss:

  • Whether audit is particularly prone to error
  • What the key technological developments are that will change audit
  • What technology can’t solve
  • How any reform should be made with regard to technology
  • Whether technology can remove issues of culture in audit

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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. 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. Inside Accountancy clean 19:05
Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 4 – R&D Tax Credits: doing nothing is not an option https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/10/14/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-4-rd-tax-credits-doing-nothing-is-not-an-option/ Mon, 14 Oct 2019 12:01:51 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=281718 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. 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. 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. Inside Accountancy clean 29:55 Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 3 – Accounting for your freelance clients https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/10/04/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-3-accounting-for-your-freelance-clients/ Fri, 04 Oct 2019 12:58:09 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=281549 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 payments. Listen and subscribe to our podcasts on Blubrry, Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. Blubrry  |  Spotify  |  Apple podcasts  |  Google Podcasts 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. - 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.<br /> <br /> Hepburn has worked in the industry for several years as an ACCA and AAT qualified accountant, and is currently an operations manager at Gorilla.<br /> <br /> 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.<br /> <br /> 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.<br /> <br /> 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 payments.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Listen and subscribe to our podcasts on Blubrry, Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.<br /> <br /> Blubrry  |  Spotify  |  Apple podcasts  |  Google Podcasts Inside Accountancy clean 15:48 Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 2 – Late payments https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/09/20/podcast-inside-accountancy-episode-2-late-payments/ Fri, 20 Sep 2019 14:25:05 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=281362 In Episode 2 of Inside Accountancy, Accountancy Age reporter Chris Jewers discusses the issue of late payments with Dr Louise Beaumont. In Episode 2 of Inside Accountancy, Accountancy Age reporter Chris Jewers discusses the issue of late payments with Dr Louise Beaumont. In Episode 2 of Inside Accountancy, Accountancy Age reporter Chris Jewers discusses the issue of late payments with Dr Louise Beaumont. Inside Accountancy clean 16:56 Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 1 – What skills does the accountant of the future need? https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/09/09/podcast-inside-accountancy-ep01-what-skills-does-the-accountant-of-the-future-need/ Mon, 09 Sep 2019 12:26:51 +0000 https://www.accountancyage.com/?p=281142 Inside Accountancy Episode 1 - In our first ever episode, our reporter Tom Lemmon speaks to Rowena Hawkes about the skills needed by the accountant of the future. Inside Accountancy Episode 1 - In our first ever episode, our reporter Tom Lemmon speaks to Rowena Hawkes about the skills needed by the accountant of the future. 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