Business consultants have advocated outsourcing of non-core functions to consultancies for long now. Accounting, human resource management, tax, payroll are some of the non-core functions that many organisations spend a lot of time and effort on. Non-core function is an activity that does not directly generate profit for the organisation. However important it might be,... View Article
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Cheshire accountancy firm Paul Austen Associates has introduced a new complimentary Will Advisory and Writing Service fulfilling a demand for a more comprehensive and tailored provision.
Mobile apps for business is a term we’re certainly familiar with but do we really have an idea of just how many apps are out there when it comes to our business needs?
Companies in the North West that have not started preparing for what has been described by the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAEW) as ‘the biggest change in UK financial reporting in a generation’ should do so now to avoid administrative headaches when they compile their annual accounts in 2016, according to Suzanne Robinson, EY’s Financial Accounting... View Article
Congleton-based accountancy firm Paul Austen Associates strengthens its position by investing in a cutting-edge new website and has unveiled an innovative service in the form of its own app.
A Cheshire businesswoman has taken everything into account in starting up her new firm.
Accountancy giant PwC has today reported revenue growth of 3 per cent to £2,689 million for the year ended June 30, up from £2,621 million in the previous year.
Within the last week, the accounting industry has gained a lot of attention due to the accusations made by MP’s saying the ‘Big Four’ are helping large companies and wealthy individuals avoid tax. The four firms who have been accused are: Deloitte, KMPG, Ernst & Young and PwC. With investigations into these allegations ongoing, Online Ventures has... View Article
Online Ventures Group is continuing its work with data by releasing two new Data::Manchester reports for the accountancy sector.