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AS2012: Chancellor confuses profession with CRC changes

Autumn Statement will see the abolishment of CRC league table, a reduction of £25m year on year for three years and simplification next year

05 Dec 2012

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AS2012: Early Christmas present for business as CT cut

UK businesses were handed a welcome early Christmas present after the chancellor announced an unexpected 1% cut to corporation tax in the Autumn Statement

05 Dec 2012

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Divisions over shape of new UK GAAP

FRC framework for reduced disclosures welcomed, but opinion split over shape of new UK GAAP

30 Nov 2012

Membership the crux of new IASB advisory forum

IASB’s collective approach to standard setting welcomed, but membership of new advisory body will prove a thorny issue

15 Nov 2012

Less is more as corporates' tax responses vex MPs

MPs in the Public Accounts Committee struggled to get any closer to resolving the issues around multinationals' tax affairs

13 Nov 2012

Edgy HMRC chief struggles to shine before MPs

The Public Accounts Committee's analysis of HMRC's accounts for the last year was not a comfortable experience for its top brass

09 Nov 2012

Ruling threatens existence of international insolvencies

How did the insolvency profession get knocked into the middle of the last decade?

06 Nov 2012

Naming and shaming of tax dodgers not far away

Legislation passed in 2010 may not have kicked in yet, but we will soon notice the publishing of details of deliberate defaulters

31 Oct 2012

Hok landmark case clips first-tier’s wings

The first-tier tribunal is admonished by the upper tier after its ruling on Hok's late employer's PAYE returns

29 Oct 2012

Real-time odyssey awaits Homer after tax testimonies

While not critical, the Treasury sub-committee will have left HMRC in little doubt of the scale of the task ahead

25 Oct 2012

Taxman bullish in tax gap report

HM Revenue & Customs can claim some victories after its tax gap report

22 Oct 2012

Hoogervorst gets tough over IASB framework deadline

IASB chief bemoans dysfunctional processes and decision-making that hinders its ability to deliver projects to deadline

21 Oct 2012

SMEs bearing the brunt of poor business conditions

Listed firm’s Red Flag report shows large businesses revived – at SMEs' expense

19 Oct 2012

Best Practice: Watt Busfield’s Andrew Watt

Andrew Watt discusses the process of setting up a new practice

08 Oct 2012

Best Practice: Julie Adams, Menzies

Menzies’ new managing partner Julie Adams explains the firm’s strategy to bolster service lines and deepen London strength

02 Oct 2012

Best Practice: Brookson’s Martin Hesketh

Hesketh has come under fire for claiming that old fashioned accountancy firms are damaging sole trader clients

28 Sep 2012

No evidence of "tacit coordination" among Big Four

Competition Commission working paper on tacit collusion among Big Four goes some way to vindicate their stance on audit competition

25 Sep 2012

Tax taskforces: Why lawyers and not accountants?

Accountancy Age looks at what could have piqued HMRC's interest in the legal profession

21 Sep 2012

The recovery begins: tax and the Top 50 +50

Accountancy Age delves into this year's Top 50 +50 figures, and finds the start of a tentative recovery in tax fee income

11 Sep 2012

VAT reclaims could drag on for years

HMRC is fighting on various fronts as increasing amounts of VAT reclaims go through the courts. Many are predicting the process could last for years

31 Aug 2012

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