Articles by Accountancy Age Staff

Growth and financing easier for small business in 2014

FSB sees growing confidence in the ability to access finance

17 Dec 2013

Ian Peters CIIA chief executive

Public sector 'lacks effective risk management mechanisms'

Risk management is either nascent or underdeveloped in a large portion of public sector organisations, report finds

16 Dec 2013

Jailed tax fraudster must pay back £3.3m

A VAT fraudster is given a year to repay

10 Dec 2013

DWP proposes relaxation of audit rules for master trusts

Consultation launched to exempt collective pension trusts from certain audit rules

04 Dec 2013

KPMG on senior level recruitment drive

KPMG boosts its tax and pensions practice with two partner appointments and a raft of promotions to director level

28 Nov 2013

British Accountancy Awards 2013: The Winners

Accountancy Age reveals the winners from the profession's big night at the Tower of London

21 Nov 2013

Is big always better?

Partner consultant Heather Townsend crunches the numbers in the top50+50 and asks is big always better or can firms manage in their niche?

18 Nov 2013

Why BYOD belongs in the FD's in-tray

As more companies allow their employees to use personal devices for work purposes, Julian Swan explains why BYOD can be a legal quagmire for business.

13 Nov 2013

Pensions accounting in need of an overhaul, say readers

Pensions accounting is in need of substantial change according to Accountancy Age readers

04 Nov 2013

Iris software update includes support for academies

Update includes support for academies preparing final accounts

31 Oct 2013

Since when did small mean worthless?

Latest change to accounting requirements could see many professionals wiped out argues David Grunberg

29 Oct 2013

The Practitioner: Working in the slow lane

Travelling's great for meeting clients - but contraflows impact on workflow, The Practitioner finds

24 Oct 2013

Sage upgrades online accounting software

Sage upgrades online accounting software with launch Sage One Accounts Extra

21 Oct 2013

HMRC toughens up scheme registration to tackle liberation fraud

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has made its scheme registration process more stringent in an attempt to prevent pension liberation fraud.

21 Oct 2013

Could accountants deflate the 'carbon bubble'?

Report from Carbon Tracker and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants argues sector has key role to play in tackling climate-related investment risks

18 Oct 2013

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iXBRL: Taking stock. Looking forward

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