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By Rachel Sestini

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My Favourite Tipples are shared by Rachel Sestini, managing director of Sestini & Co, a tax and business consultancy specialising in working with high-growth business owners and with expatriates. She shares her favourite online go-to resources in the area of accountancy, tax and financial regulation.

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In this world of information overload, it can be hard to know where to look to stay up to date without getting bogged down.

In the world of tax and accountancy, it's helpful to understand the current thinking which might trigger significant tax changes in the UK and abroad, as well as to understand changes to legislation and practice in a wide range of areas, such as financial reporting standards, banking disclosures and financial regulation.

My approach has been to sign up to one (or occasionally more) electronic newsletters in each area, so I can obtain an overview and delve deeper into specific stories or areas as they become relevant.

Here are a few examples:

  • AccountingWeb: This site covers a myriad of areas of interest to accounting and finance professionals - and it's free. You can visit the site for articles on business, technology, tax and more as well as sign up for their free newsletter or ask experts a question. Current hot topics include Making Tax Digital and Brexit.
  • Taxation Magazine: As well as the opportunity to subscribe to its hard copy offering, you can sign up to a free trial of the newsletter. It's a useful source for guidance, statistics and analysis of the impact of proposed changes. 
  • TaxAdviser: From the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), the site offers a wealth of free and subscriber-only content on issues including international and large corporate tax. Non-CIOT or Association of Taxation Technician (ATT) members can subscribe to the magazine and get access to all site articles.
  • Information Commissioner's Office: For regulatory matters, rather than an opinion piece, it can be helpful to go back to the source. As data requirements come to the head of the agenda, the ICO website is proving invaluable.

For more specific tax and accountancy research, dedicated technical resources such as FL Memo Tax Essentials and Tolley's are available on a subscription-only basis. The relevant membership organisations, including the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and Chartered Institute of Taxation also have great resources available to members and students as well as regular eNewsfeeds.

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