Businesses urged to check for furlough claim errors

Business Businesses urged to check for furlough claim errors

4d Aoife Morgan

Businesses urged to check for furlough claim error...

One in 10 mid-sized businesses found their initial furlough claims to be incorrect, according to new research Read More...

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Community enterprise: A post-pandemic opportunity?

Business Community enterprise: A post-pandemic opportunity?

1m The Institute of Financial Accountants

Community enterprise: A post-pandemic opportunity?

Community ownership is an opportunity for accountants to support local communities in their post-pandemic recovery Read More...

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New working environment triggers tax compliance challenges

Business New working environment triggers tax compliance challenges

1m Leanna Reeves

New working environment triggers tax compliance ch...

Kiki Stannard, managing director at ZEDRA London, says “lines have been blurred” regarding tax obligations due to the pandemic Read More...

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Work smarter, not harder with accounting technology

Accounting Software Work smarter, not harder with accounting technology

2m Tom Kelly

Work smarter, not harder with accounting technolog...

Tom Kelly, strategic lead for accountancy and employment services at Modulr, explains why embracing innovation and automation in accounting is key to ...

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Buyers' guide: cloud tech adoption continues to soar

Accounting Software Buyers' guide: cloud tech adoption continues to soar

2m Virginia Blackburn

Buyers' guide: cloud tech adoption continues to so...

The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of cloud-based accounting software, empowering accountants and their clients to work remotely in real-time R...

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Developing a mentally healthy workplace

Business Developing a mentally healthy workplace

2m Kirsty Lilley

Developing a mentally healthy workplace

Although the vaccination rollout signals new hope for recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, it is clear there is still some way to go and many chall...

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2021: A mammoth year for tax compliance – are you ready?

Brexit 2021: A mammoth year for tax compliance – are you ready?

2m Sage | Sponsored

2021: A mammoth year for tax compliance – are you ...

Accounting and payroll professionals have been called superheroes of the business world for their incredible response to the pandemic in 2020 and for ...

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KPMG chief economist: Negative interest rates ‘unlikely’ but government support key

Big Four KPMG chief economist: Negative interest rates ‘unlikely’ but government support key

3m Tom Lemmon

KPMG chief economist: Negative interest rates ‘unl...

ACCA adds that “fear indices” are still unusually high Read More...

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Video: Tech no ‘silver bullet’ for audit

Audit Video: Tech no ‘silver bullet’ for audit

3m Tom Lemmon

Video: Tech no ‘silver bullet’ for audit

Audit technology will be a valuable tool but can’t singlehandedly prevent further scandals Read More...

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Video: S&W partner says virtual meetings lack efficiency

Coronavirus Video: S&W partner says virtual meetings lack efficiency

4m Leanna Reeves

Video: S&W partner says virtual meetings lack effi...

Head of professional practices at S&W addresses tech challenges and Brexit uncertainty Read More...

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Report: High stakes for losers in Big Pharma vaccine race

Business Report: High stakes for losers in Big Pharma vaccine race

4m Leanna Reeves

Report: High stakes for losers in Big Pharma vacci...

UK-approved vaccine comes as great news for the country – and the pharmaceutical industry. But for those big pharmas without an answer to Covid 19, fa...

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Video: “Everyday felt like we were firefighting,” says RSM partner

Coronavirus Video: “Everyday felt like we were firefighting,” says RSM partner

4m Leanna Reeves

Video: “Everyday felt like we were firefighting,” ...

RSM tax partner explains how effective communication with clients was essential during lockdown Read More...

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SMEs need more breathing space, but fear of accumulated debt remains

Business SMEs need more breathing space, but fear of accumulated debt remains

5m Leanna Reeves

SMEs need more breathing space, but fear of accumu...

Quantitative easing and extended government support are vital for SMEs’ survival, but repaying their debt remains a challenge Read More...

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Furlough means furlough

Coronavirus Furlough means furlough

5m Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Furlough means furlough

After months of high-pressure number crunching in the face of evolving guidance, for agents and HMRC alike furlough means a lot of work, writes Helen ...

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Five ways to support your clients in the new normal

Coronavirus Five ways to support your clients in the new normal

5m Sage | Sponsored

Five ways to support your clients in the new norma...

The disruption created by the pandemic has been challenging. And it’s now clear the associated problems will run into 2021, and possibly beyond. By pu...

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Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, and the tax code

Coronavirus Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, and the tax code

5m Leanna Reeves

Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, a...

Global head of tax at EY on global economic recovery Read More...

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Which companies are going to thrive in lockdown 2.0?

Coronavirus Which companies are going to thrive in lockdown 2.0?

5m Daniel Tannenbaum | Sponsored by Tudor Lodge

Which companies are going to thrive in lockdown 2....

Daniel Tannenbaum is a consultant in the UK consumer finance and fintech industry Read More...

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Report: Auditors brace for “imminent” proposals

Audit Report: Auditors brace for “imminent” proposals

5m Tom Lemmon

Report: Auditors brace for “imminent” proposals

BEIS’s initial recommendations and consultations on audit reform expected to be made public before Christmas with full implementation in 2023 Read Mor...

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Buyers’ brief: Financial forecasting tech to accelerate growth in advisory services

Coronavirus Buyers’ brief: Financial forecasting tech to accelerate growth in advisory services

6m Accountancy Age, Reporters

Buyers’ brief: Financial forecasting tech to accel...

The coronavirus pandemic has applied significant pressure on businesses and driven seismic shifts across almost every sector of the global economy. Ov...

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Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in payment processes that lead to business-wide damage

Business Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in payment processes that lead to business-wide damage

6m Sponsored | Modulr

Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in pa...

By Tom Kelly, strategic account director, Modulr Read More...

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2020: A year of change

Business 2020: A year of change

6m Sponsored | AJ Chambers Andrew Hilliard

2020: A year of change

By Andrew Hilliard, managing director, AJ Chambers Read More...

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Lack of UK government support is “prolonging the agony”

Coronavirus Lack of UK government support is “prolonging the agony”

6m Leanna Reeves

Lack of UK government support is “prolonging the a...

SMEs remain resilient, but further government support could be crucial Read More...

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Employers to lose accounting talent if incentives aren’t applied

Accounting Firms Employers to lose accounting talent if incentives aren’t applied

6m Leanna Reeves

Employers to lose accounting talent if incentives ...

Remote working, flexibility, and proper remuneration amongst the top incentives to retain staff, according to studies Read More...

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IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary confusion

Coronavirus IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary confusion

6m Tom Lemmon

IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary co...

The confusion surrounding what constitutes an “intermediary group” under IR35 will likely lead to a change in the primary legislation, according to th...

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Comment: Christmas with a pandemic doesn’t just threaten retailers

Coronavirus Comment: Christmas with a pandemic doesn’t just threaten retailers

6m Paul Christensen

Comment: Christmas with a pandemic doesn’t just th...

Christmas is coming, and plans are being put in place to prepare for what will be a unique festive period, marking the culmination of a year of unprec...

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How coronavirus will reshape accountancy

Coronavirus How coronavirus will reshape accountancy

6m Sponsored | Anna Curzon

How coronavirus will reshape accountancy

Anna Curzon, chief product officer at Xero, examines the technology and trends reshaping accountancy during the pandemic. Read More...

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Remote working furthers the case for continuous accounting

Accounting Software Remote working furthers the case for continuous accounting

6m Thomas Sutter

Remote working furthers the case for continuous ac...

Thomas Sutter, finance centre of excellence, Oracle NetSuite Read More...

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