Queen's Speech: setting the agenda

The Queen's Speech, setting out the government's legislative programme for the coming Parliament, promises legislation to allow judges to sit alone in complex fraud cases and new action against corruption. No mention, however, was made of the Modern Company Law Review, which is now expected to be tabled next year.

14 Nov 2002

SEC in crisis - Pitt goes

Harvey Pitt, the beleaguered head of US financial watchdog, the Securities and Exchange Commission, has resigned after battled through months of pressure following the catastrophic failures of Enron and WorldCom.

06 Nov 2002

Softworld Accounting and Finance special

Accountancy Age is again delighted to be sponsor of this autumn's Softworld Accounting & Finance show, Europe's leading software and e-business event for the accounting & finance industry.

10 Sep 2002

Fleet special

The world of fleet is changing. Demand is down as an increasing number of employees turn their backs on what can be a very costly benefit.

29 Aug 2002

DTI audit report

The long-awaited government report on auditing has been published by the secretary of state for trade following last minute rewrites forced when the Commons Treasury committee brought forward by 48 hours its own audit report.

26 Jul 2002

White Paper: Modernising company law

The Department of Trade and Industry has kicked off the legislative process on modernising the UK's antiquated company law with the publication of a White Paper.

17 Jul 2002

Budget 2002: Why Brown tried to bury criticism

07 Apr 2002

Andersen: Is this the end?

The once mighty name of Andersen is facing its final destruction with the firm's defeat in court.

15 Mar 2002

The great pensions debate over FRS 17 features an in-depth special report on the controversial pensions accounting standard FRS 17.

06 Mar 2002

The euro

The change from 12 currencies to just one across much of Europe has gone remarkably smoothly since the euro was introduced on 1 January.

15 Jan 2002

Andersen and the Enron saga

Big Five firm Andersen is walking unsteadily on the biggest corporate tightrope of its life, following the collapse of its audit client Enron, once America's biggest energy company.

15 Jan 2002

The public sector

Click here for the latest news from the public sector, as well as expert comment and analysis from our team of highly-qualified experts.

08 Jan 2002

Raising the audit threshold

The government is considering raising the audit threshold for small companies to the European maximum of £4.8m with a 'lighter touch' independent professional review for business with a turnover under this limit.

08 Jan 2002

IR35 resource centre provides an online IR35 resource including an archive of stories on the controversial legislation.

08 Jan 2002

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How software as a service can meet the strategic needs of a growing business

Organisations are now looking for a software service that is cost effective, flexible, streamlined and able to meet the needs of the business both today and in the future

This web seminar will explain how finance directors can monitor and understand the various financial costs of staff turnover

The Practitioner: 'Tis the season to tidy up

The Practitioner lets loose with 'Deskgate', after losing the plot over yet another untidy area...

AS2014: Osborne's reforms sensible - IoD

Sensible reforms preface more radical tax policies in next parliament, writes Institute of Directors' head of taxation Stephen Herring

#AS2014: ACCA still concerned over public coffers, despite spending plans

Government's spending plans give false impression of state of the UK's finances, writes ACCA's Chas Roy-Chowdhury


Intermediary rules: What your clients need to know

Alastair Kendrick walks through the new landscape for workers engaged through intermediaries, and finds that clients might not have up-to-scratch systems and processes

Taking Stock: Massaging the figures

TS was pleased to note some interesting methods to alleviate Christmas stress

Colin: Using Google to make money out of the net

Colin thinks Osborne's latest tax wheeze means he is not such a bad egg after all

Taking Stock: Daddy issues at French Duncan

Taking Stock spares a though for Alasdair Cairns, who has just gained a new boss. His dad.

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