Networked: Simon Melliss

Who knows who in finance: Simon Melliss, Hammerson

27 Jan 2011

Pakistan floods in Nowshera

Dealing with disaster

Pakistan’s accountants are dealing with the damage caused by last summer’s floods

26 Jan 2011

see no evil hear no evil speak no evil

Don’t ignore HMRC’s new disclosure rules

Brian Redford explains how your clients can avoid penalties under HMRC’s new regulations

17 Jan 2011

Financial Power List 2010 to 2014: accounting intelligence

Who wields the most influence over the future direction of accounting? View the latest Power list to find out

13 Jan 2011

Financial Power List 2011: accounting intelligence

Tax and audit reform, public sector spending cuts, new accounting rules for SMEs and international standards convergence... In a year of big changes in the profession, who will wield the most influence over the future direction of accounting?

13 Jan 2011

Networked: Nick Rose

Who knows who in finance: Nick Rose, non-executive director, BT

13 Jan 2011

Handling tax fraud investigations

Jonathan Levy and Adam Craggs explain what to do if you are caught up in an HMRC criminal investigation

12 Jan 2011

Happy Hallidays - running an award winner

With an Accountancy Age Award in the bag, there is plenty for the managing partner of Stockport's Hallidays to be cheery about

24 Dec 2010

Expenses Rogues 2010

Expenses abuse at Westminster was the news story in 2009. This year employees, public sector workers, directors and members of the Lords have hit the headlines, accused of unethical expense-claiming behaviour. GlobalExpense’s David Vine has selected some of the most noteworthy examples for its 2010 Rogues Gallery

21 Dec 2010

What’s a brand in trouble worth?

If a business goes bust, it can be tricky to work out exactly what it is worth to a potential buyer. Stuart Whitwell examines how to place a value on a brand in distress

15 Dec 2010

On good terms with the bank

Hugo van Wijk explores the best ways for accountants to manage and improve their relationships with banks

14 Dec 2010

Working overseas: the best places for your skills

Foreign offices: Chartered accountants are in demand worldwide. We looks at the top destinations

10 Dec 2010

Networked: Simon Mawson

Who knows who in finance: Simon Mawson, FD, Jardine Lloyd Thompson

09 Dec 2010

Is time nearly up for large pension contributions?

Companies are using innovative pension schemes to make significant contributions on behalf of directors and other higher paid employees, but time is running out, says David Downie

09 Dec 2010

Networked: David Tilston

Who knows who in finance: David Tilston, FD, Mouchel

09 Dec 2010

Networked: Neil Bright

Who knows who in finance: Neil Bright, finance director, Holidaybreak

09 Dec 2010

Networked: Douglas Flint

Who knows who in finance: Douglas Flint, chairman, HSBC

09 Dec 2010

Networked: Colin Day

Who knows who in finance: Colin Day, non-exec, AMEC

09 Dec 2010

Networked: Paul Murray

Who knows who in finance: Paul Murray, non-executive, Qinetiq

09 Dec 2010

Networked: Steve Morgan

Who knows who in finance: Steve Morgan, finance director, Michelmersh

09 Dec 2010

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Taking Stock: Haslers' marathon man avoids comfort break

Better out than in for long-distance runner

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Rickard Keen's move to limited status sees some unusual detail at Companies House...

Colin: EY-ers cheer on partner profits

Colin wonders how EY partners reacted to their profit figures

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