Employers to lose accounting talent if incentives aren’t applied

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

2y 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

2y 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

2y 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

2y 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

2y Thomas Sutter

Remote working furthers the case for continuous ac...

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

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Local TV industry crying out for skilled accountants

Business Local TV industry crying out for skilled accountants

2y Matt Gallagher

Local TV industry crying out for skilled accountan...

By Matt Gallagher, MD, thecallsheet.co.uk Read More...

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SEISS extension – not business as usual

Business SEISS extension – not business as usual

2y Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

SEISS extension – not business as usual

By Emma Rawson, Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) Read More...

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Five strategies to enhance SME services for 2021

Brexit & Economy Five strategies to enhance SME services for 2021

2y Tom Kelly

Five strategies to enhance SME services for 2021

The pandemic has forced many businesses, and their accountants, to consider how to run their businesses more effectively. A dramatic drop in revenues,...

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Consultants expecting insolvencies in wake of chancellor’s Winter Economy Plan

Business Consultants expecting insolvencies in wake of chancellor’s Winter Economy Plan

2y Tom Lemmon

Consultants expecting insolvencies in wake of chan...

Second lockdown could “destroy” hospitality sector, according to consultant Read More...

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Universities are adapting, so must accountancy education

Coronavirus Universities are adapting, so must accountancy education

2y Alta Prinsloo

Universities are adapting, so must accountancy edu...

For nearly four centuries, higher education has pushed students to define their role in society.  In a society upended by pandemic, however, the scrip...

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Former UK chancellor: Don’t expect tax rises until 2024

Brexit & Economy Former UK chancellor: Don’t expect tax rises until 2024

2y Tom Lemmon

Former UK chancellor: Don’t expect tax rises until...

Ex-chancellor Philip Hammond believes the current Government is unlikely to make “significant” tax rises until after the next general election Read Mo...

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Correcting Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme claims

Coronavirus Correcting Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme claims

2y Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Correcting Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme claims

As the end of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) approaches, employers need to be aware that HMRC have moved into the post-transaction review...

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Spike in cyber attacks increases focus on data security

Coronavirus Spike in cyber attacks increases focus on data security

2y Tom Lemmon

Spike in cyber attacks increases focus on data sec...

Culture change from remote working creates new challenges for firms to keep data secure Read More...

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Two-thirds of SMEs still don’t have a business plan

Business Two-thirds of SMEs still don’t have a business plan

2y Tom Lemmon

Two-thirds of SMEs still don’t have a business pla...

Latest SME Recovery Tracker by ACCA UK and the CFN shows worrying disparity between corporates and SMEs in fight against pandemic Read More...

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Accountancy practices must move fast to weather pandemic storm

Coronavirus Accountancy practices must move fast to weather pandemic storm

2y Tom Lemmon

Accountancy practices must move fast to weather pa...

Accountancy Age Live Discussion on Friday, September 4 with speakers form RSM and Calligo to discuss how accountancy firms move out of the pandemic Re...

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Voting open in the Accountancy Age Resilience Awards 2020

Business Voting open in the Accountancy Age Resilience Awards 2020

2y Michael McCaw

Voting open in the Accountancy Age Resilience Awar...

Accountancy Age aims to celebrate those who have smoothed passage during turbulent months Read More...

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High street brands restructure ahead of September storm

Business High street brands restructure ahead of September storm

2y Leanna Reeves

High street brands restructure ahead of September ...

Job cuts, CVAs, and online presence are top priorities for struggling high-street brands Read More...

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IFS director says OBR’s economic forecasts are ‘extraordinarily optimistic’

Brexit IFS director says OBR’s economic forecasts are ‘extraordinarily optimistic’

2y Tom Lemmon

IFS director says OBR’s economic forecasts are ‘ex...

UK set to wait years before GDP returns to pre-pandemic levels Read More...

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Self-employment income support: is it payback time?

Coronavirus Self-employment income support: is it payback time?

2y Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

Self-employment income support: is it payback time...

Finance Act 2020 introduces a requirement for those who claimed amounts under the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) to which they were not...

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Remote teams or not, the role of the employer is changing

Coronavirus Remote teams or not, the role of the employer is changing

2y CABA | Sponsored

Remote teams or not, the role of the employer is c...

As humans, our ability to adapt to a diverse range of environments is one of our greatest assets. We’ve proven this time and time again throughout the...

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Urgent need to reduce core business costs post-lockdown

Coronavirus Urgent need to reduce core business costs post-lockdown

2y Joe Gallard

Urgent need to reduce core business costs post-loc...

By Joe Gallard, CEO of Reducer Read More...

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Not so flexible furlough for company directors

Business Not so flexible furlough for company directors

2y Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Not so flexible furlough for company directors

By Helen Thornley, ATT technical officer Read More...

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UK enters second stage of Sunak’s economic support

Brexit & Economy UK enters second stage of Sunak’s economic support

2y Shannon Moyer

UK enters second stage of Sunak’s economic support

Chancellor’s summer statement highlights three-point jobs plan Read More...

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Baldwins regional CEO: All firms must become ‘digital-first’

Coronavirus Baldwins regional CEO: All firms must become ‘digital-first’

2y Tom Lemmon

Baldwins regional CEO: All firms must become ‘digi...

Pandemic has rapidly accelerated the need for tech Read More...

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UK consumers pay off record credit card and loan debt during lockdown

Brexit & Economy UK consumers pay off record credit card and loan debt during lockdown

2y Sponsored | Daniel Tannenbaum, Consultant for Fintech and financial companies

UK consumers pay off record credit card and loan d...

UK households paid off a record number of credit card and loan debt during lockdown earlier this year, reducing overall debt by £7.4bn. Outstanding ba...

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Consumer and business confidence vital to restore British economy, says RSM partner

Budget Consumer and business confidence vital to restore British economy, says RSM partner

2y Leanna Reeves

Consumer and business confidence vital to restore ...

RSM partner says Bank of England needs to focus on consumer and business spending to revive UK economy Read More...

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Report: Crisis drives reliance on accounting tech

Business Report: Crisis drives reliance on accounting tech

2y Shannon Moyer

Report: Crisis drives reliance on accounting tech

Before coronavirus, the accounting industry was projected to undergo a dramatic digital transformation—and through unconventional means, firms across ...

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