30 Twitter profiles every accountant in the UK should follow

published on February 9, 2011 in Social Media

Originally published 23/3/10, last updated 09/02/11

Find interesting Twitter accounts to follow EASILY.

Almost every Twitter journey starts with finding people that share you interests and following them. But have you ever wished there was a easy way to follow all the leaders in your field? Well, if you are a UK based accountant your wish just came true! Here is a list of 30 Twitter accounts to help you get started:


  1. @DirectGov – DirectGov
  2. @HMRCgovukHM Revenue & Customs
  3. @HMtreasury-HM Treasury
  4. @UKTIUK Trade and Investment

Accountancy Bodies

  1. @YourAAT AAT
  2. @ACCAnews ACCA
  3. @AIA1928AIA
  4. @CIMA_NewsCIMA
  5. @ciotnewsCIOT
  6. @cipfaCIPFA
  7. @ICAEWnewsroom ICAEW

Accountancy Magazines & Accounting News

  1. @accountancyage – AccountancyAge
  2. @accountancybuzz – Accountancy Buzz
  3. @sallypercy – Accountancy Magazine
  4. @AccountingWEBuk – AccountingWeb
  5. @CCHvoice – CCH
  6. @GAAPweb – GAAPWeb
  7. @TaxationWeb – TaxationWeb

Accountancy Software

  1. @BTCSoftwareUK – BTC Software
  2. @ClearBooks – Clear Books
  3. @kashflow – Kashflow
  4. @MYOBteam – MYOB
  5. @QuickBooks_UK – QuickBooks
  6. @sageuk – Sage
  7. @TeamXero – Xero

Using Twitter Extensively

  1. @BookMarkLee – Mark Lee
  2. @cheapaccounting – Elaine Clark
  3. @dahowlett – Dennis Howlett
  4. @DuaneJackson – Duane Jackson

What more could you ask for?

How about a single place to follow all these profiles at once?
Here it is: the ultimate UK accountancy list. And if you think you should be on this list, why not drop me a Tweet (@netaccountant)… oh and you can follow me there too.


{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Enzo from Accountancy Services June 24, 2010 at 10:42 am

The ultimate UK accountancy List is super useful, I was just going to make time to follow all the Twitter accounts and then I saw the list. Cheers.


netaccountant June 30, 2010 at 10:45 am

Glad the ultimate Twitter list was useful ;)


Brad Harmon from Big Feet Marketing
February 9, 2011 at 11:33 pm

This is a great idea! I’ve been trying to add people’s twitter accounts into my posts when I mention them in my weekly mashups, but I hadn’t thought of a twitter contact page like this. I’ll be bookmarking this page to refer back to in my next round of site enhancements. It’s a fantastic way to show a little twitter love.


netaccountant February 10, 2011 at 9:05 am

Hi Brad, thank you for you comment, very glad to see you here.
I too try to include both a link to an article and author’s bio page or Twitter account when I mention someone, blow writers shouldn’t be afraid of linking out becuase it “leaks PageRank” (what a dumb idea!).
- thank in advance for the link love.


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