UK Open Banking changes you need to be aware of

Posted on May 28, 2021Categories Uncategorised

The wake of Brexit has seen wide ranging transformations across a diverse range of industries within both the UK and the EU. The financial sector is certainly one of the most affected industries and Open Banking is not immune to such changes. With the departure from the EU comes changes to the way Open Banking will operate. We’re also looking at increased adoption of Open Banking among UK banking customers and the uptick of new and improved software solutions, which … Continue reading “UK Open Banking changes you need to be aware of”

Meet five US Xero partners who balance the books and their passions

Posted on May 28, 2021Categories Advisors, Bookkeepers, Small business

After wrapping up another never-ending tax season, there’s plenty for accountants and bookkeepers to celebrate this year. The days of deadlines and late nights are behind us, so cheers to all of the accountants, CPAs, tax preparers and bookkeepers who have worked tirelessly throughout tax season! We hope you have time to recharge, recover and reflect.   For many small business owners and entrepreneurs, tax season is likely the only time you communicate with an accountant, CPA, tax preparer, or bookkeeper … Continue reading “Meet five US Xero partners who balance the books and their passions”

Kung Fu Accounting: Blending ethics with numbers for community impact

Posted on May 28, 2021Categories Advisors, Bookkeepers

The last year has drawn attention to the resilience of the human spirit, as evidenced by this year’s Xero Awards.  This year we introduced two new awards, one of which is the Community Impact Award. Judged by The Samaritans, the award celebrates accountants making a real difference in their communities – particularly during a tough year. We were delighted to announce Stroud based firm Kung Fu Accounting (KFA) as the first recipient of this special award.  Here’s a look at … Continue reading “Kung Fu Accounting: Blending ethics with numbers for community impact”