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ICAEW at Moorgate Place

Deloitte student fabricated doctor's letter to retake exams

ICAEW tribunal finds dishonesty of "the most severe kind" as student creates doctor's letter to stay with Deloitte

04 Sep 2012

Poll - Readers largely against ICAEW stance on avoidance

This week's poll shows 75% of readers do not agree with the ICAEW's disciplinary stance on tax avoidance

15 Aug 2012

ICAEW at Moorgate Place

Top50 +50 firms face ICAEW audit fines

Beever and Struthers, and Price Bailey, agree to ICAEW audit regulatory penalties

15 Aug 2012

Practice groups' mixed reaction to ICAEW avoidance guidelines

ICAEW guidance on tax avoidance is appropriate, says Society of Professional Accountants chairman, while UK200Group president warns of grey area

08 Aug 2012

ICAEW goes alone on tax avoidance disciplinaries

The ICAEW's stance on avoidance as a potential disciplinary issue sees it stand alone. Neither ACCA or ICAS are taking a similar approach

03 Aug 2012

AADB to handle public interest avoidance cases

ICAEW could hand public interest tax avoidance disciplinary cases to the AADB after it issues guidance on the issue

02 Aug 2012

ICAEW guidelines spell out 'unethical' tax avoidance boundary

Guidance points on how to identify and address tax avoidance has been issued by the ICAEW for its members

27 Jul 2012

Treasury opens the Pandora’s Box of tax avoidance

The Treasury's proposals in its 'Lifting the Lid on Tax Avoidance Schemes' consultation creates a storm

25 Jul 2012

Institutes told to improve audit monitoring visits

FRC report highlights flaws in audit monitoring by bodies such as ICAEW, ACCA and ICAS, but defends role they play in regulating the profession

18 Jul 2012

IFRS's quality not tarnished by US delay, says ICAEW

ICAEW backs IASB's global convergence project despite lack of a US decision on adoption of IFRS

17 Jul 2012

ACCA's Pakistan students call off protest

Protest aimed at removing block on foreign institute studying in Pakistan is called off

17 Jul 2012

Devolving Scottish tax likely to be "expensive and complicated"

ICAEW warns that there would be many issues to resolve to create a separate Scottish tax system

16 Jul 2012

Leader: Profession must collaborate or risk its reputation

In the wake of more tax avoidance publicity, the profession must do a better job of extolling its virtues, says Accountancy Age

05 Jul 2012

Tax Advice Network appoints first CEO

Ran Carmon is named CEO of the Tax Advice Network

04 Jul 2012

Former convict spared sanctions by ICAEW

A member jailed for soliciting to murder in 2001 will face no institute sanctions due to "exceptional circumstances"

02 Jul 2012

New ICAEW president: Watchdog shouldn't talk down auditors

Mark Spofforth calls on accounting watchdog to match messages about auditors against its own findings

14 Jun 2012

Izza fluffs lines

ICAEW chief executive Michael Izza struggles with the name of his institute's magazine at its AGM

13 Jun 2012

ICAEW ticking boxes as it plans MDP regulator move

The institute is beavering away to make sure it can clear the hurdles required to regulate multi-disciplinary practices

13 Jun 2012

Fifth of voters against ICAEW fee increase

ICAEW's AGM voted through changes to subscription fees - while Michael Izza questions the future for small firms carrying out audits

13 Jun 2012

Accountancy should follow lawyers on social mobility

Accountancy is commended for efforts to improve social mobility, but the legal profession is cited as leading the way

30 May 2012

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What should smaller firms be doing to prepare for the impending audit threshold reforms? Having a strategy to work smarter, differently, than in the past is a must, writes Simon Warren

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Colin ponders the impact of chocolate coins being pulled 'out of circulation'

Colin: No-go for new Tesco logo

Colin attempts a unilateral rebrand for Tesco

Taking Stock: Haslers' marathon man avoids comfort break

Better out than in for long-distance runner

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