One of the major benefits of working as a contractor or freelancer, is the additional flexibility it offers. As technology continues to evolve, more and more professionals are moving away from traditional on-site commitments to working remotely – allowing you to connect you with clients all over the world, or even to move your base abroad.
Inspired by the Tour de France and a love of cycling? Dreaming of a little workshop where you can do the things you love every day? A growing number of contractors and freelancers are working as part of a grand plan. Our clients regularly share with us their designs to diversify their contracts, to move into a different sector, or frequently to pursue a passion and turn it into a viable business.
Dreaming of a summer break in Russia watching the World Cup Final? A cycling trip around Tuscany? Or just fantasising about having more time to do the things you love with the people that matter? Maybe it’s time to shape your career around you and your life, rather than the corporate ladder.
I’m looking for an experienced accountant – with a very certain spark – to join inniAccounts and head up our client facing teams.
British Banks need to wake up and start lending to the tech and service industries, or we’ll go the same way as manufacturing post Brexit.
Laura, our Operations Coordinator, takes a look at how we’ve been streamlining our data to help us fuel innovation, solve problems and focus on what is important to both our clients and our business.
Just over a year ago I made the switch from traditional accountancy, where I’d spent nine years of my career, to go online and join inniAccounts.
Matt, our Director of Customer Experience, shares his thoughts on how technology driven by AI can help us to be more efficient (without cheating).
Our Senior Accountant Chris, takes a look at the top five benefits of cloud accounting for anyone thinking of becoming a contractor or considering moving their accounts online.
From driving our cars, to making phone calls and assisting in the diagnosis of cancer – artificial intelligence is revolutionising how we live our lives. Day to day, we’re already constantly interacting with AI. So what are the implications of this radical technology? How will AI continue to shape our lives, and what should we be doing to prepare for it?