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ICAEW at Moorgate Place

ICAEW: HMRC could supersede insolvency law with new powers

ICAEW Tax Faculty warns that HMRC could effectively make themselves a preferential creditor

09 Apr 2014

ICAEW at Moorgate Place

Fifth of chartered accountants looking to move jobs

ICAEW accountants looking to earn more money with a job move, according to a new institute survey

26 Mar 2014

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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

ICAEW joins government cyber-security group

ICAEW becomes first accountancy body to join government funded cyber-security organisation

05 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

LLP tax guidance could be too little, too late for firms

HMRC's taxation of LLPs guidance may help firms' decisions, but 6 April deadline looms

26 Feb 2014

Little chance EC can find an accountant without an IFRS opinion

ICAEW & Mazars' conflicts of interest with IFRS review indicative of relationship between profession and regulators

25 Feb 2014

EC cancels ICAEW and Mazars review into IFRS

Mazars and the ICAEW review into effects of IFRS cancelled, while EC launches investigation into IFRS Foundation's reporting failings

21 Feb 2014

Fee & regulatory reform: Insolvency Service inspired by FRC

The Insolvency Service proposes regulating both professional bodies and practitioners, as well as drive efficiency through capping fees, but why are they going to such lengths?

21 Feb 2014

MEPs urge EC to cancel ICAEW and Mazars IFRS contract

MEPs urge EC to cancel ICAEW and Mazars contract to review effects of IFRS; call for investigation into IASB reporting failings

17 Feb 2014

Audit profession trapped in 'groundhog day'

Audit trapped in an endless and irresolvable loop of discussion, report from RSA and ICAEW finds

13 Feb 2014

RTI penalties to be staggered, HMRC confirms

Penalties for infringements on the real-time PAYE system are to be staggered over the 12 months to April 2015

12 Feb 2014

ICAEW’s £200m scheme completes medically underwritten buy-in

Institute's pension fund underwritten after info received through telephone interviews

11 Feb 2014

EC launches review of IFRS in the EU

Mazars and the ICAEW will assess whether the switch to IFRS has delivered the benefits that had been expected by the EU

23 Jan 2014

ICAEW takes important educational step in tax debate

Ensuring the right information reaches the public is one of tax's biggest challenges, writes Calum Fuller

16 Jan 2014

ICAEW joins green coalition

Institute builds closer ties to sustainability organisations with membership of Green Economy Coalition

14 Jan 2014

Auditors raise concerns on emphasis put on like-for-like sales

Like-for-like sales cannot give a true reflection of a company’s growth, warns retail auditor group

09 Jan 2014

Former ICAEW president awarded OBE

Mark Spofforth among members of the profession recognised in the 2014 New Year Honours list

03 Jan 2014

FRC defends commitment to international standards

Reporting watchdog defends decision to make changes to the UK auditing regime ahead of recommendations being considered at a global level

12 Dec 2013

ICAEW gains probate and ABS powers

ICAEW to regulate probate service provision among members, and to license alternative business structures (ABSs)

12 Dec 2013

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