Signed into law by president Barack Obama in 2010, the Dodd-Frank legislation has tightened regulation of the US financial system
Just when SMEs thought they knew the lie of the land in terms of the Brexit timescale, Theresa May has caught them by surprise. Salvador Amico of Menzies asks how SMEs should react to the news of a snap election on 8 June
With the general election on 8 June, CIOT has warned against rushing through extensive legislation without adequate scrutiny and an appropriate timeframe to make necessary amendments
Yet, KPMG’s annual survey shows that the UK is still an attractive place to do business, despite falling in rankings in tax competitiveness and FDI appeal
With Article 50 triggered, businesses are aware that they need to plan for all eventualities. Robert Facer of Menzies asks 'how hard is a hard Brexit?'
Speaking in the House of Commons minutes after triggering Article 50, prime minister Theresa May said that it was a 'historic moment from which there can be no turning back'
As part of the government’s Flag It Up! campaign, Henry Cooper, former president of the AAT, highlights how accountants can protect themselves and their businesses from money launderers
The Aldermore Future Attitudes report highlights that 1.04m firms with under 250 employees have been affected by a lack of finance in the past 12 months
Legislation on the NICs changes to be brought forward in the autumn following publication of 'the full effects of the changes to Class 2 and Class 4' in the summer
Steve Butler of Punter Southall Aspire highlights the importance of pension governance meetings to protect against mistakes and safeguard company reputation