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Accountancy Age conference 2006 - full report

A round-up of the award winners and presentations at the conference

The controversy around changes to the self-assessment deadline topped the
agenda at the Accountancy Age conference, held the QE11 conference centre in
London.

But the 150 delegates in attendance had plenty else to chew on.

Francesca Lagerberg, chairman of the ICAEW Tax Faculty, outlined changes to
the tax landscape, John Davies, head of business law at ACCA, outlined
forthcoming changes to money laundering regulations while Phil Shohet and Andrew
Jenner from Kato Consulting explained how practices could maximise income and
minimise wasted partner time.

To see a photo gallery of the conference events, click on the link (above,
right).

Read a .pdf of the presentation from Francesca Lagerberg here and from John Davies here.

Or to read the news from the day here, click below:

Accountancy Age recognises excellence

Ford Campbell wins two awards at first Accountancy Age conference

£1,000 penalty looms for late accounts

Leading adviser warns that late filing penalty could increase to £1,000

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