Accountants Daily chats to Prime Partners director James Carey, who fills us in on why his firm is scrapping time sheets in the new financial year, and how he's managing productivity, pricing, and the force of habit
Running a productive practice without timesheets
Timesheets are the historic backbone to accountants' pricing models, but they're on the out in many firms. There's a strong business case to ditch documenting your time, but it seems the humble timesheet has a sentimental hold on the accounting profession.
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