Kevin Reed

Deputy Editor , Accountancy Age

Kevin Reed

Kevin Reed is editor of Accountancy Age and Financial Director. He was worked at VNU and Incisive Media since 2000 across their accounting and finance brands. His areas of specialism include technology, personal tax and practice management.

Articles by Kevin Reed

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Budget 2014: Osborne hits the right balance

IoD's Stephen Herring sees the Budget as balancing fiscal protection, with welcome changes to the pensions and savings regimes

20 Mar 2014

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Budget 2014: Anti-avoidance and public pensions pay for Osborne's plans

Accountancy Age runs through the Treasury's costings behind George Osborne's 2014 Budget

19 Mar 2014

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Budget 2014: Advisers' hopes dashed as LLP tax rules go through

LLP taxation changes to carry on regardless of advisers' ire

19 Mar 2014

Does growth mean consulting rethink?

Growth, and downturns, give CFOs spending headaches - particularly on consulting. Alan Leaman, CEO of the Management Consultancies Association (MCA), explains the new choices at hand for buyers

17 Mar 2014

UK public wants parliamentary Budgets balanced

Most UK adults want government to balance budgets over five years or less

17 Mar 2014

ACCA offers student exemption via online free online learning

ACCA teams up with FutureLearn to offer free online learning via university courses

14 Mar 2014

Profits and revenues dip again at Moore Stephens London

Moore Stephens' London office sees another tough year of trading conditions, across the board

12 Mar 2014

Labour confirms pension tax relief cut to fund jobs will be in 2015 manifesto

Labour to restrict higher-rate pensions tax relief for at least five years, if elected

11 Mar 2014

ClearSky acquires historical Wheatley Pearce firm

Optionis continues accounting firm spree with the incorporation of Wheatley Pearce into its Clearsky accounting and business support brand

10 Mar 2014

Taxman scoops £110m in CGT underpayments

HMRC recoups a third more in CGT underpayments and penalties in the last year, compared to 2011/12

10 Mar 2014

ICAEW gains final approval to run probate and ABSs

Lord Chancellor signs off on ICAEW's bid to offer licensing for probate licensing and alternative business structure

07 Mar 2014

Jobs at risk as EY Nottingham office to disappear

'Small number' of jobs at risk as EY Nottingham office to merge into its Birmingham site

06 Mar 2014

BiS governance expert takes FRC director role

David Styles takes director of corporate governance role at FRC

05 Mar 2014

Miller's Tale: Women perfectly placed for accountancy's evolution

Women are making their way into the world of finance with more pace than ever before - but how far up the ladder they can climb? And how are they perceived? Accountant, and Accountancy Age columnist, Cara Miller debates this hot topic

04 Mar 2014

Leader: Is the ICAEW on the mark with Fair Tax thoughts?

Is the institute serious about 'fair tax', or is it just jumping on a bandwagon?

27 Feb 2014

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