While you may have little or no control over many external factors in a rapidly changing industry, being aware of them is important to mitigate their impact. Here are three trends with the potential to affect your business directly.
Automated accounting? At Wolters Kluwer, we foresee a not-too-distant future in which automation has freed accountancy firms to capitalise on their human strengths and skills. Here’s what you can expect.
In today’s market there are also new questions to consider: how do we remain competitive and future thinking? How do we prepare for uncertain deals ahead? Manual data entry and standalone solutions could be holding your practice back from achieving true productivity gains.
Making Tax Digital for VAT is now live. In this article, Wolters Kluwer will help you future-proof your business for a world with Making Tax Digital.
The key to future growth for tax and accounting firms rests in the ability to leverage new and evolving technology to create process improvements.
In today’s fast paced world, the launch of GDPR seems like an age ago. The days leading up to 25th May 2018 were frantic for many businesses as they raced to implement the right controls to meet the compliance requirements.
Wolters Kluwer, Tax & Accounting UK has today announced that it has finalised an agreement with Compliance Technology Solutions B.V. to resell a new GDPR compliance product.
Built for accountancy practices and their clients, CCH OneClick enables Tax Advisors to embrace digitalisation and delivers the open integration that practices need to connect digital data held in a variety of systems.
In a little over two weeks, GDPR will take effect across the EU. It applies to any organisation, regardless of its size, inside or outside Europe, which holds or uses the personal data of EU citizens.