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Over the next few months, as your work and home life start to blur, lots of challenges will present themselves which will have an effect on you both, mentally and physically, whether you’re aware of them or not.
Here’s some practical steps you can take to help you stay calm, relaxed and focused.Read more
FOUR SMALL CHANGES. ONE BIG DIFFERENCE TO YOUR WELL-BEING
Do you dread the Self Assessment season knowing you’re going to be on your knees by the end of January, feeling totally burnt out?
What if this year was different and you made a few simple lifestyle tweaks that made a massive difference to your energy and focus?
TaxCalc has teamed up with healthy lifestyle expert Rachel McGuinness from Zest Lifestyle to help you boost your energy through January.
This guide is divided into four parts:
- Sleep Well
- Eat Smart
- Move More
- Chill Out
Just as TaxCalc software makes life easier during this busy time, this guide will help reduce your stress and stay at the top of your game.
One of the great adages of all time is that “All publicity is good publicity” and course we always value feedback and reviews of our software whether positive or negative. It’s what helps us improve what we do and develop even better products.
However, I tend to think that positivity creates more positivity, so I was delighted to read Tony Margaritelli, Chairman of the ICPA, recent review of TaxCalc published in the ICPA Magazine and it is definitely worth sharing…Read more
It has been a busy twelve months at TaxCalc, not least within the creative department. Growth in all areas of the company had highlighted the urgent requirement for a new on-line presence. As Creative Projects Manager, I was charged with evolving the previous TaxCalc e-commerce site into the contemporary web solution that exists today.
As a Creative Marketer, I have come to realise that the most difficult project any creative department can work on is ones own company’s on-line marketing collateral. The successful implementation of any new solution would be dependent on fulfilling the needs and requirements of many different sections of the business, all with their distinct ‘must haves’. Also required would be a strongly branded, on-line solution that would appeal to all sectors of TaxCalc’s client base. From individuals to the largest accountancy practices, the full diversity of TaxCalc’s accounting software solutions needed to be showcased. Therefore analysing TaxCalc’s complex business and client requirements, the creative brief was born.Read more