A round-up of accountancy's reaction to the chancellor's Autumn Statement
'Tinkering' is the by-word for the Autumn Statement, a perusal of the papers has found
Marks & Spencer changes auditor for first time since 1926
The chancellor, in an otherwise dull Autumn Statement, has left a few grenades hidden in the Green Book
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A further increase to audit thresholds could force firms out of the market - but cheaper alternatives to audit are available
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The Competition Commission requires mandatory ten-yearly tendering, not mandatory rotation as your article states.
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And what would the attitude of these women be if I started an all male practice?
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It should be remembered how some firms found Audit Regulation a wake-up call when it was first introduced. In some quarters, firms were simply preparing...
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