Accountancy Age: 2015’s most popular stories

WELCOME to Accountancy Age’s roundup of the most popular stories, features and analyses we published in the last 12 months.

We’re taking a well-earned break, but will be back firing on all cylinders from 4 January, when you can expect to see the 2016 Financial Power List – our predictions for the biggest players in accounting and finance for the year ahead. Here are our guesstimates from way back in January 2015: Click Here

We also interviewed many senior practitioners and managing partners during the year. Click here to learn what other firms are doing to drive forward their business.

Have a great Christmas and New Year.

David vs Goliath? Small practitioners pick apart KPMG’s SME move

KPMG to take on Google and disrupt SME market

HMRC turns attention to horsebox owners in evasion clampdown

PwC retains FTSE 100 audit lead as KPMG climbs 250 rankings

Grant Thornton partners vote to boldly become shared enterprise firm

PwC ousts Deloitte as biggest firm in the world

Accountancy Age’s Top 50 Websites Review 2015

#AAYP 2015: Accountancy Age’s 35 under 35

140 current female KPMG US employees join lawsuit against firm

Baker Tilly renamed RSM as firms adopt global brand


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