It has asked pupils to draw a cartoon depicting a historical event that
relates to tax from anywhere in the world.
Rob Ellerby, CIoT deputy president, said ‘Finding out about an event in the
past that relates to tax means that the children will have the opportunity to
learn about history and see how taxation made an impact on the lives of people.’
The first prize is £200’s worth of book tokens as well as a cartoon drawing
of the winner with the CIOT’s tax family, the Taxables. There are also two
runner-up prizes of £50’s worth of book tokens.
Engineering and technology executives have voiced concerns over the government’s industrial strategy and the need to fill the R&D funding and long-term investment gap in a post-Brexit Britain
This year’s Finance Act is 649 pages, the second longest recorded, and highlights the increasing complexity for taxpayers of an ever expanding tax code
The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and the CIPFA have launched an introductory guide for leaders on integrated thinking and reporting
Accountancy Age is delighted to reveal the shortlists for the 2016 British Accountancy Awards