No Accounting for Taste ep87: Penalties, SEISS, and social media

No Accounting for Taste ep87: Penalties, SEISS, and social media

On No Accounting for Taste this week we talk SEISS grants, face-to-face meetings, a year of lockdown, and put the spotlight on social media. Accountant, coach and Amazon bestselling author Della Hudson joins the podcast to discuss the big headlines from the past week, and as a Twitter addict, she gives her thoughts on new platforms like Clubhouse.  Host Richard Hattersley is also joined by PracticeWeb’s MD Mike Crook. PracticeWeb has recently released a new guide on social media and shares some tips for accountants looking to engage prospective clients.  It is also one year since the first coronavirus lockdown. Della and Mike reflect on the last 12 months and consider how it has shaped accountants and the accounting profession. As always, we review the most read stories on AccountingWEB. This week’s biggest headlines include a SEISS deadline. This story created a lot of discussion on the site due to agents not being copied in on the HMRC email, and taxpayers may have missed it or confused the email for spam.  Della and Mike also discuss another big story from the past week: will accountants ditch face-to-face meetings for video? All this and more on this week’s podcast.   01m05s: Anniversary of the first lockdown 04m00s: Will accountants ditch face-to-face for video meetings? 10m00s: Proposed points and penalty system is potentially problematic 14m36s: Three days to save your SEISS grant 19m30s: Spotlight on social media

Duration: 31 min

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