Grant Thornton

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Management buys out Grant Thornton office

Local management buys Bury St Edmunds office of Grant Thornton

14 Mar 2011

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City of London

Auditors must treat shareholders as their client

Auditor mindset must change for the profession to move on, according to top investor

03 Feb 2011

Eden switches auditors to Grant Thornton

Grant Thornton to take over from Baker Tilly at agrochemical company Eden Research

19 Jan 2011

Holiday home developer wins VAT case against taxman

Lower Mill Estate wins appeal against HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) over VAT charges on construction services

12 Jan 2011

Grant Thornton set for 30 job losses

Restructuring at Grant Thornton could see 30 job losses at the large firm

06 Jan 2011

Can the next tier pick up Big Four audit baton?

Global reach, deep pockets and perception issues provide hurdles for the next tier to overcome if they want to compete with the Big Four in the audit marketplace

29 Nov 2010

Robson Rhodes faces iSOFT tribunal

RSM Robson Rhodes and partner Glyn Williams will face a tribunal over audit work undertaken at iSOFT

22 Nov 2010

Keen leaves Grant Thornton for E&Y

Samantha Keen joins E&Y's restructuring team

02 Nov 2010

New SME accounting will cost business £80m

ASB releases IFRS for SMEs for UK businesses

29 Oct 2010

Audit reform special report

In the wake of the financial crisis the pressure is on from many quarters to reform audit in the UK.

28 Oct 2010

Grant Thornton acquires Legal Inc

Mid-tier firm Grant Thornton has acquired a legal consultancy to boost its forensic division

18 Oct 2010

Lords to hear top six firms on audit reform

Big Four-only covenants likely to be discussed

18 Oct 2010

Chief predicts slow growth ahead for Grant Thornton

Growth will come from acqusitions, not organically, says Scott Barnes

18 Oct 2010

Partner profits rocket at Grant Thornton

Modest jumped in revenues but big leap in profits for Grant Thornton

18 Oct 2010

Big Four can take losing a chunk of the audit market

Big Four would only lose an average £6m each if a fifth of the FTSE-250 audit market was open to other firms, says Grant Thornton

15 Oct 2010

Tax return deadline looming warns Grant Thornton

5 October deadline could affect anyone who may have rented out a property previously used as a holiday or second home to earn additional income

29 Sep 2010

GT seeks limit on Big Four market share

Grant Thornton calls on regulator to intervene in audit market

29 Sep 2010

GT reveals new non-executives

Firm announces new non-executives following publication of governance code

08 Sep 2010

Grant Thornton administrators called in at St Ursula's High School Trust

Nigel Morrison and Trevor O'Sullivan from Grant Thornton take up administrator roles at Bristol-based St Ursula's High School Trust

03 Aug 2010

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Miller's Tale: Quality time(sheets)

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The Practitioner: In death comes clarity

The untimely death of a client makes The Practitioner think about the role of an accountant

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Probate: How to manage death and taxes

Mick Jones takes a sideways, but informative, view on the issues accountants face in offering probate services

Colin: There's nothing like a well-thought-out plan

Colin wonders whether some SMEs are keeping it too simple

Taking Stock: When tax is stranger than fiction

Sometimes you just can't make it up, TS finds

Scrapping IR35 all very well – but what else?

IR35 has proven ineffective, but 'what are the alternatives?' asks Calum Fuller

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