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Creative Tax Recruitment Helps Qualified Tax Professionals Like You to Find Your Ideal Role the Easy Way

Published 6 months ago by
 Take the Pain Out of your Job Hunt  SAVE TIME with a team that does all the hard work of the job search for you and only finds roles that meet your unique requirementsSTOP MISSING OPEN TAX OPPORTUNITIES and work with an expert team that finds your ideal tax job and provides y... Read More →

How To Successfully Advance At Work Through Positive Negotiations

Published 8 months ago by
  As tax specialists, you probably recognize the value of building relationships at work. But have you ever thought that every single interaction you have is an opportunity to negotiate a better career? It's pretty simple. Our relationships can serve as a platform for us... Read More →

How to deal with work from home burnout

Published 9 months ago by
    Feel like your life is on an endless loop of Zoom calls, cups of coffee, walks in the park and Netflix?   You’re far from alone. Many people are finding working from home during the pandemic somewhat stressful. Although recent research by Microsoft suggests we ... Read More →

How To Write A Follow Up Email After You Meet A Client

Published 10 months ago by
Meeting a potential new client is always an exciting and interesting use of your time. You find things in common, chat about their intentions, and start the first throes of a working relationship. All seems to be going well, and you end on a positive note. But how do you ta... Read More →

How to Handle Behavioural Questions In Your Next Tax Interview

Published 10 months ago by Emma P
  So you've got your next tax interview in the bag.    But now you're looking at the interview, and notice the behavioural component. You're pretty sure you can ace that section, but it'd be good to have that rock-solid confidence, right?   Learning how to deal ... Read More →

The Top 14 Actions That Guarantee Career Success At An Accountancy Firm

Published 11 months ago by
1 - Think and act like you are already in the job you want. Take on extra responsibility and look to assist partners with challenges. If you are a supervisor, think like a manager. Observe the duties undertaken by your manager and watch to see how they deal with things. That d... Read More →

What You Must Beware Of When You Use A Tax Recruitment Agency - And Why It's Vital To Work With A Trusted Advisor

Published 11 months ago by
  “There is no greater source of distrust than advisors who appear to be more interested in themselves than in trying to be of service to the client. We must work hard to show that our self-orientation is under control.” The Trusted Advisor, David Maister   Are you... Read More →

How to ask for a payrise in the age of Covid and actually get one

Published 11 months ago by Emma P
  It’s in 2021. Things may still look dicey for the world, but the market is improving rapidly in the world of tax accountancy. There’s no doubt that last year, your world shifted quite significantly. You probably worked from home, conducting most of your meetings online... Read More →

The 7 Signs that it's time for a career change

Published 11 months ago by
  Do you get the Sunday evening dread? That lurch in your stomach when you know that you have work in under 12 hours? If so, that’s a telling sign. Are you in the wrong job entirely, or, have you just outgrown your current position? Here are 7 ways to tell when it’s t... Read More →

How to stop procrastinating and double your productivity at work.

Published 11 months ago by
  The report that usually took you half an hour now ends up taking two. Even though you’re working at home, you find that you get less done than before - you’re stopping to put the washing on, have a quick hoover around the house, or text a friend. Before you know it,... Read More →

How to get promoted in the age of Zoom and home working

Published 11 months ago by
  In 2020, we heard the well-repeated phrases ‘you’re on mute!’ and ‘you’re frozen!’ multiple times, through the numerous hours we all spent on Zoom. Forced with this new way of working, many struggled to adapt to a life where the boundaries of work and home become blu... Read More →

The Essential Qualities To Look For When Hiring Senior Leadership Staff

Published about 1 year ago by
  Every workplace has at least one great leader. It is that person you turn to when you are unsure, who seems to set the perfect example and the person who is the lynchpin of the entire operation. Leadership is a quality that is hard to pin down. It is elusive for an excell... Read More →

10 Steps To Growing Your Practice and Securing Long-Term Client Loyalty - From Best Selling Author Andrew Sobell's Book All For One

Published about 1 year ago by
  Growing your practice takes a lot of consistent effort. To stand out from your competition, your clients need to view you as a partner, not just a supplier.   How can tax advisors move from being 'just a supplier'?   As you're probably aware, it's all about th... Read More →

The Vital Importance Of Being A Trusted Advisor

Published about 1 year ago by
  Anyone can become an advisor - but not everyone can become trusted.   Trust is the holy grail of all great client relationships. As tax professionals, we know that the quality and depth of our client relationships is the foundation for a successful career, and how w... Read More →

What Every Team Leader Must Know About Remote Management - And Why You Must Master It If You Want A High Performing Team

Published over 1 year ago by
  Remote working is becoming more and more popular. Team leaders need the right skills and tools to manage their remote teams and get the results that they want from their workers. The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that many teams have implemented remote working for their ... Read More →

How To Stay Away From The Biscuit Tin And Stay Focused When Working From Home

Published over 1 year ago by
  Working from home? A lot of us are these days, and it can be a bit of a shock to the system. Working from home does have its upsides, like helping you save money on your commute and not having to wear work clothes, but it can also offer challenges. The biscuit t... Read More →

7 Powerful Reasons Why Change Is Good For You

Published almost 2 years ago by
Staying in your comfort zone can feel calming and reassuring in the short-term, but it’s not a fun way to live. Challenging the status quo can help you to transform your lifestyle and increase emotional and physical wellbeing.  With the potential to alleviate anxiety, broad... Read More →

How To Ace Your First 90 Days In A New Tax Job

Published almost 2 years ago by
  Starting a new job can be both exciting and daunting. You want to hit the ground running, but you don't want to overstep your mark and upset the delicate eco-balance of the workplace. You want people to know who you are but only for the right reasons. These first three ... Read More →

Tax Professional? 9 Great Reasons To Move to Hampshire.

Published almost 2 years ago by Matthew Whiteley
Hampshire has received a wealth of 'best town' awards over the past few years, winning the 2018 title of 'the happiest place in the UK' for the town of Rushmoor. Hampshire also had the highest proportion of desirable places to live according to the 2019 Halifax Quality of Li... Read More →

The Secrets Of High Performing Managers By Peter Drucker

Published almost 2 years ago by
  Born in Austria, Peter Ferdinand Drucker was an American, educator, author and management consultant. His writings have paved the philosophies and practical plans of the modern business. He is the inventor of key concepts, including self-control as well as management by o... Read More →