BEIS issues guidance on the FRC’s role as the competent authority responsible for the oversight of audits of public interest entities, following the introduction of EU audit reforms
Advisers anticipate a surge in the number of new tax cases sent to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) following the UK’s decision to leave the EU
The CIoT has called on the government to rethink its approach to ensuring online sellers pay the correct amount of VAT.
EU accounting and taxation legislation may not apply in Britain as PM says 'Brexit means Brexit'
Brexit could cost accountancy firms as much as 5% of revenue by 2021, according to IRN Research
There are a few key considerations for auditors as they plan upcoming interim reviews and year end audits in light of the Brexit vote
The European Commission said it will examine how to shed more light on tax advisers' activities and create effective disincentives for those that promote and enable aggressive tax planning
Post audit reform, auditors are thinking about whether they want to be conflicted or not, on a potential client by potential client basis
Head of Brexit role created at KPMG as clients - UK and global - seek to steer understand and mitigate the ramifications of the UK's EU referendum vote
The UK’s top civil servant has held talks with KPMG, EY and consultants McKinsey as part of efforts to prepare for Brexit