Friday Afternoon Live: Deloitte's record fine; tech skills; and the Trump effect

Audit Friday Afternoon Live: Deloitte's record fine; tech skills; and the Trump effect

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Friday Afternoon Live: Deloitte's record fine; tec...

Deloitte's record fine; tech skills; and the Trump effect... all discussed in this week's Friday Afternoon Live Read More...

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MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ via major institute research

Corporate Tax MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ via major institute research

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ ...

Accountants continue to pile pressure on HMRC to backtrack on its proposals for Making Tax Digital - with the consultation period set to end Read More...

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Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital; CIMA prez's new role; tax conduct guidance

Corporate Tax Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital; CIMA prez's new role; tax conduct guidance

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital; CIMA pr...

Making Tax Digital; CIMA's president taking up the chair role of its jointly-founded new international organisation; and new tax adviser conduct rules...

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CIMA president becomes first chair of 'new' association

Institutes CIMA president becomes first chair of 'new' association

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

CIMA president becomes first chair of 'new' associ...

Andrew Miskin, president of CIMA, has been appointed as the first chair of the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants Read Mo...

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ICAEW study finds concerns over government's industrial strategy

Institutes ICAEW study finds concerns over government's industrial strategy

5y Richard Crump, Writer

ICAEW study finds concerns over government's indus...

Engineering and technology executives have voiced concerns over the government’s industrial strategy and the need to fill the R&D funding and long...

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Finance Act reflects scale of legislative burden for business, says ICAEW

Institutes Finance Act reflects scale of legislative burden for business, says ICAEW

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Finance Act reflects scale of legislative burden f...

This year’s Finance Act is 649 pages, the second longest recorded, and highlights the increasing complexity for taxpayers of an ever expanding tax cod...

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IIRC and CIPFA launch integrated reporting guide

Institutes IIRC and CIPFA launch integrated reporting guide

5y Richard Crump, Writer

IIRC and CIPFA launch integrated reporting guide

The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and the CIPFA have launched an introductory guide for leaders on integrated thinking and reporti...

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The British Accountancy Awards 2016 shortlist revealed

Accounting Firms The British Accountancy Awards 2016 shortlist revealed

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

The British Accountancy Awards 2016 shortlist reve...

Accountancy Age is delighted to reveal the shortlists for the 2016 British Accountancy Awards Read More...

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NHS accountant named best in the world in accountancy exam

Institutes NHS accountant named best in the world in accountancy exam

5y Richard Crump, Writer

NHS accountant named best in the world in accounta...

A finance assistant at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust (UHCW) is celebrating after being named the top in the world in an acc...

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Andrew Harding named as CIMA chief executive

Institutes Andrew Harding named as CIMA chief executive

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Andrew Harding named as CIMA chief executive

CIMA has appointed Andrew Harding as chief executive, replacing Charles Tilley, the institute’s long serving boss Read More...

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CIPFA to provide data analytics for the London Counter Fraud Hub

Institutes CIPFA to provide data analytics for the London Counter Fraud Hub

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIPFA to provide data analytics for the London Cou...

Plans to tackle criminals defrauding London’s councils have taken a major step forward with the appointment of CIPFA to provide data analytics for the...

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CIoT calls for two year delay to changes to tax relief for corporate interest expense

Corporate Tax CIoT calls for two year delay to changes to tax relief for corporate interest expense

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIoT calls for two year delay to changes to tax re...

THE CI0T has called on the government to delay changes to tax relief for corporate interest expense to help businesses adjust to the new regime and pr...

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Why are student numbers among the professional accountancy institutes declining?

Institutes Why are student numbers among the professional accountancy institutes declining?

5y Simon Wright

Why are student numbers among the professional acc...

Student numbers among the main professional bodies have declined over the past four years. Simon Wright at CareersinAudit.com looks at why this might ...

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CIMA: Management accountant salaries growing at twice the national average

Institutes CIMA: Management accountant salaries growing at twice the national average

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIMA: Management accountant salaries growing at tw...

CIMA study reveals qualified management accountants are paid £36,411 more than the typical British workers Read More...

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ICAEW applies to regulate further reserved legal services

Institutes ICAEW applies to regulate further reserved legal services

5y Richard Crump, Writer

ICAEW applies to regulate further reserved legal s...

ICAEW has applied to become an approved regulator and licensing authority for five reserved legal activities, restricted in three of them to the area ...

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New government fees will undermine insolvency regime, R3 warns

Business Recovery New government fees will undermine insolvency regime, R3 warns

5y Richard Crump, Writer

New government fees will undermine insolvency regi...

By threatening creditor returns, the government could undermine the UK’s World Bank insolvency ranking and cost creditors £8m a year, trade body R3 wa...

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Roy-Chowdhury: New chancellor Hammond must reform business rates system

Corporate Tax Roy-Chowdhury: New chancellor Hammond must reform business rates system

5y Chas Roy-Chowdhury

Roy-Chowdhury: New chancellor Hammond must reform ...

The current business rates system is over-complex and reform is needed, but reforms should focus first of all on simplifying the appeals process, part...

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CIoT urges government to rethink VAT approach to online traders

Corporate Tax CIoT urges government to rethink VAT approach to online traders

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIoT urges government to rethink VAT approach to o...

The CIoT has called on the government to rethink its approach to ensuring online sellers pay the correct amount of VAT. Read More...

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Pass rate improves in latest ACCA exam results

Institutes Pass rate improves in latest ACCA exam results

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Pass rate improves in latest ACCA exam results

Results announced for ACCA’s June 2016 exam sitting reveal pass rate improvements for a number of papers Read More...

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CIMA in talks with ICAS and CIPFA about offering routes to membership

Institutes CIMA in talks with ICAS and CIPFA about offering routes to membership

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIMA in talks with ICAS and CIPFA about offering r...

CIMA is in discussion with ICAS and CIPFA about offering routes to CIMA membership and the CGMA designation Read More...

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Record number of ACA students pass ICAEW exam

Institutes Record number of ACA students pass ICAEW exam

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Record number of ACA students pass ICAEW exam

A record number of ACA students have passed the latest ICAEW exams in which 5,491 students sat the professional level exams Read More...

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Comms chief quits ICAEW for ACCA

Institutes Comms chief quits ICAEW for ACCA

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Comms chief quits ICAEW for ACCA

Harry McAdoo to leave key ICAEW comms role for ACCA Read More...

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UK finance profession sets out priorities for the new prime minister’s first 30 days in office

Institutes UK finance profession sets out priorities for the new prime minister’s first 30 days in office

5y Richard Crump, Writer

UK finance profession sets out priorities for the ...

ACCA wants to see incoming prime minister Theresa May act fast to restore UK business and consumer confidence Read More...

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Dr Hilary Lindsay named new chairman for CCAB

Institutes Dr Hilary Lindsay named new chairman for CCAB

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Dr Hilary Lindsay named new chairman for CCAB

ICAEW president Dr Hilary Lindsay appointed as the new chairman of CCAB, the combined group of the main UK accountancy bodies Read More...

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Leader: Tough Tilley has dragged CIMA into new territory

Company News Leader: Tough Tilley has dragged CIMA into new territory

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Leader: Tough Tilley has dragged CIMA into new ter...

Charles Tilley's departure from CIMA leaves the accounting world quieter, but his institute with an exciting foundation Read More...

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Charles Tilley steps down as CIMA chief executive

Institutes Charles Tilley steps down as CIMA chief executive

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Charles Tilley steps down as CIMA chief executive

Charles Tilley steps down as CEO a month after CIMA and AICPA members voted to establish a new accounting association Read More...

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CIPFA and EY announce joint local government accounting service

Accounting Firms CIPFA and EY announce joint local government accounting service

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIPFA and EY announce joint local government accou...

CIPFA and EY form partnership to produce fully compliant accounts for local authorities Read More...

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