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Why eliminating manual data re-entry is the best thing for your practice

2019-11-14T10:53:40+00:0014 November 2019|Categories: Practices, Productivity, Accounting, Technology|Tags: , , , , , |

Manual data entry can have a corrosive effect on your practice efficiency and reputation if mistakes are ever made. Time savings and guaranteed accuracy are sacrificed each time a piece of data is manual entered or re-entered. Find out why eliminating that risk will be the best thing for your practice.

End-to-end data flow, and then back again

2019-11-07T11:56:18+00:007 November 2019|Categories: Practices, Productivity, Accounting, Technology|Tags: , , , , |

End-to-end automation across the compliance cycle, from receiving information from the client to eventually filing the accounts and tax returns to HMRC, is an everyday reality for many firms across the UK. Find out how.

Webinar: Open Integration, a game changer for data integration

2019-11-06T15:28:25+00:006 November 2019|Categories: Video Webinar|Tags: , , , , |

Join this webinar with Lead Product Manager Phil Thornton and Senior Technology Product Manager Lamorna Harris who will show you how Open Integration will change the way you deal with data.

Achieving a paperless office today, not tomorrow

2019-11-01T08:29:36+00:001 November 2019|Categories: Practices, Productivity, Accounting, Technology|Tags: , , , , , |

Our Senior Product Manager for Compliance shares the single best efficiency decision he made while still in practices: becoming a paperless office. This is why many future-thinking firms have taken the same plunge to adopting paperless services.

Article: Optimising the compliance lifecycle

2019-11-13T14:20:02+00:0023 October 2019|Categories: Guide, Practices, Productivity, Accounting, Compliance, Technology|Tags: , , |

The industry is changing. Many accountants are needing to review how they handle compliance work and identify opportunities to improve efficiency. Compliance has become a tick-in-the-box commodity, rather than a service. Leveraging digital technology will be the difference to staying ahead of the competition.

Why combining CCH OneClick and CCH Personal Tax will save your next tax season

2019-10-17T13:51:05+00:0017 October 2019|Categories: Practices, Productivity, Accounting, Tax, Technology|Tags: , , , , , |

What if there were digital tools that, when used together, not only reduced the time needed to complete tax returns but also made it easier for your clients to submit the relevant documentation on time? Even better, what if these tools gave you control and visibility over your clients’ progress?

Article: Why internal productivity can boost your profitability

2019-10-22T10:21:15+00:0014 October 2019|Categories: Practices, Productivity, Accounting, Compliance, Digitalisation, Tax, Technology|Tags: , , |

Finding productive internal processes is the first step to improving your profitability. The true challenge for most practices though is to regularly take time away from business-as-usual to question if your current practice management is as efficient and profitable as possible.

5 reasons you need to be at the Navigating Change seminars this October

2019-09-30T12:05:45+00:0030 September 2019|Categories: Practices, Accounting, Compliance, Digitalisation, Practice growth, Technology|Tags: , , , , , |

Our product team are taking to the road this October to deliver a series of half-day seminars to help you adapt and prepare your practice and clients for uncertain times ahead. This is why you need to book your place today.

How to put a price on advisory services

2019-09-26T13:27:13+00:0026 September 2019|Categories: Practices, Compliance, Digitalisation, Practice growth, Technology, Small Practice, Growing Practice, Large Practice|Tags: , , , , , |

Future forward practices are turning to advisory services, offering higher value services. Putting a price on these advisory services will necessitate a change in fee structures from hourly billing to fixed fee arrangements.

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