Accounting Practice Online is the website for Accounting Practice Magazine which is a quarterly publication providing valuable support for all UK accountants in practice.
“Accounting Practice” is the official magazine of the ICPA and is full of small practice specific content which is unique amongst accounting publications today.
“Accounting Practice” is unique in allowing HMRC to contribute content uncensored and un-vetted in every issue to write about matters they perceive to be of importance. So watch out for content direct from HMRC.
Regular contributors include Paula Tallon, Mark McLaughlin, Roddy Kohn, Ben Chaplin, Ian Vickers, Laurence Vogel, Vaugh Chown, Roger Morris, Simon Palmer, Shaun Greenwell, Richard Simms and Tony Margaritelli.
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You can subscribe to our magazine for only £20.00 per year which covers you for four issues from the date of your order. On renewal you will be contacted to confirm that you wish to continue your subscription. We accept orders to UK postal addresses only. Please do not subscribe if you are not in the UK.
About the ICPA
The ICPA was formed in recognition of the fact that little was being done to help the thousands of small accountancy practices throughout the UK known as local, or high street or GP accountants.
No one Institute or organisation was dedicated solely to these practices with the result that Accountants everywhere regardless of their Institute felt at best marginalised and at worst frankly abandoned.
The founders of the ICPA were all accountants in practice in varying institutes and they got together as friends to vent their mutual dissatisfaction.
It was decided to be practice specific and to recognise and concentrate solely on the needs and wants of the small practitioner and to try to bring innovation and recognition to bear.
The ICPA set out to put together a range of benefits and support that would make accountants everywhere feel welcome and appreciated and understood.
In a short space of time membership numbers grew and grew and most pleasing was the fact that members were joining who were ICAEW, ACCA, CIOT, AAT, ATT, qualified and for those who were qualified by experience the ICPA became their first chance of genuine recognition and they have joined also.
Today ICPA have 970+ practices that have joined and if you count the individual partners/directors of these practices we have 1,200+ individuals who have stopped moaning and joined.
Learn more by visiting our company website: www.icpa.org.uk