Ektaa Kumar, Head of Tax Interim at Morgan McKinley, explains why more businesses are now bringing their tax functions in-house, creating a demand for specialists with real commercial acumen.
Career and development
News from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
Only 18 out of the Top 100 Graduate Employers publish a full set of parental policies, a result that shocks executive coach Geraldine Gallacher, as parents are forced to work ‘in a vacuum’.
Asking questions, listening and working out before why you are attending an event are all part of successful networking, says Younger Members London chair Holly Thompson.
This month, the Tax Discussion Groups considered the PAYE and NIC implications caused by a vulnerable beneficiary trust taking on a temporary carer.
LinkedIn can be a powerful tool when it comes to your career, using it correctly can teach you more about your chosen field, help you make new industry connections and even boost your career search, says CABA’s Laura Little.
Following last month’s article by Richard Joseph on the personal benefits of volunteering, SELAS chair Vicky Andrew looks at striking the balance between volunteering and working for free.
Brexit has been positive for hiring in the professional services sector, particularly in tax, says Kathryn Swan, UK lead for accountancy practices at Morgan McKinley.
We all know the main reason why people give up their time to volunteer with ICAEW, but there can be real benefits too, says LSCA Honorary Secretary Richard Joseph.
A recent leadership and mentoring workshop aimed specifically at accountants showed that it isn’t technical knowledge that holds people back, says LSCA Vice President Indy Agnihotri.
Mark Tucker, HSBC Chair, will be answering questions from chartered accountants about his career at an event organised by the Australian & New Zealand Accountants In London Networking Group, a chance to learn from the top, says Matthew Millane.