Roy-Chowdhury: International tax policy should be closely aligned with the EU

Corporate Tax Roy-Chowdhury: International tax policy should be closely aligned with the EU

6y Chas Roy-Chowdhury

Roy-Chowdhury: International tax policy should be ...

Osborne's tax move could influence the sensitive negotiations about the UK’s future relationship with Europe Read More...

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Post-Brexit Britain ‘open for business’ as Osborne to slash corporate tax rate

Corporate Tax Post-Brexit Britain ‘open for business’ as Osborne to slash corporate tax rate

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Post-Brexit Britain ‘open for business’ as Osborne...

Britain will continue to attract investment by reducing corporation tax by 5%, Osborne reveals Read More...

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Brexit - three things to think about for your clients (and yourself)

Accounting Firms Brexit - three things to think about for your clients (and yourself)

6y Carl Reader

Brexit - three things to think about for your clie...

We are in a position where we need to consider how best to steady the ships - both our own and our clients, as we have an uncertain few months ahead R...

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Colin: Easy-peasy Brexit calculator

Corporate Finance Colin: Easy-peasy Brexit calculator

6y Taking Stock

Colin: Easy-peasy Brexit calculator

Colin has come up with a new invention to help take the 'slog' out of accounting as Brexit becomes a reality. Read More...

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Brexit 'slog' ahead for accountants, suggest experts at CFO Agenda

Accounting Firms Brexit 'slog' ahead for accountants, suggest experts at CFO Agenda

6y Kevin Reed, Writer

Brexit 'slog' ahead for accountants, suggest exper...

A crisis always gives advisers plenty to do - but there are questions as to whether Brexit will give them the lucrative work they desire Read More...

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Low cost accounting firms to be the next victim of Brexit?

Accounting Firms Low cost accounting firms to be the next victim of Brexit?

6y Editorial comment

Low cost accounting firms to be the next victim of...

Given the events of the past week as we enter new territory our SMEs now more than ever need the support of their accountants, writes Bobby Lane Read ...

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OECD: Brexit will have ‘major consequences for UK’

Business Recovery OECD: Brexit will have ‘major consequences for UK’

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

OECD: Brexit will have ‘major consequences for UK’

The OECD's secretary-general José Ángel Gurría has given his verdict on what Brexit means for the UK and the EU Read More...

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Advisers bullish despite Brexit concerns

Accounting Standards Advisers bullish despite Brexit concerns

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Advisers bullish despite Brexit concerns

Public opinion is split over whether Brexit will harm or improve the UK accountancy sector Read More...

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Colin: That winning feeling

Politics Colin: That winning feeling

6y Taking Stock

Colin: That winning feeling

Colin ponders why Boris Johnson and Michael Gove looked grimmer in their Brexit victory than David Cameron did in defeat Read More...

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Colin: Glass half full Brexit

Business Recovery Colin: Glass half full Brexit

6y Taking Stock

Colin: Glass half full Brexit

Colin sums up some people's attitude towards the result of the EU referendum using just two cups Read More...

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Friday Afternoon Live - Brexit and what it means for accountants

Accounting Firms Friday Afternoon Live - Brexit and what it means for accountants

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Friday Afternoon Live - Brexit and what it means f...

Head of editorial Kevin Reed discusses the result of the EU referendum, and explores it means for accountants Read More...

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Brexit: What the papers say

Business Recovery Brexit: What the papers say

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Brexit: What the papers say

Discover what the national newspapers are saying about Brexit Read More...

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Brexit: Five questions accountants should be asking

Accounting Firms Brexit: Five questions accountants should be asking

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Brexit: Five questions accountants should be askin...

What questions should the profession be asking now the UK has decided to leave the EU? Read More...

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UK votes to leave EU – accountancy profession reacts

Accounting Firms UK votes to leave EU – accountancy profession reacts

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

UK votes to leave EU – accountancy profession reac...

The accountancy world has reacted to the news that the UK has voted to leave the EU Read More...

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Take part in our ‘Seven Days in Accountancy’ quiz

Accounting Firms Take part in our ‘Seven Days in Accountancy’ quiz

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Take part in our ‘Seven Days in Accountancy’ quiz

The latest edition of our 'Seven Days in Accountancy' quiz is here Read More...

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PwC and Deloitte chiefs sign Remain letter

Business Regulation PwC and Deloitte chiefs sign Remain letter

6y Kevin Reed, Writer

PwC and Deloitte chiefs sign Remain letter

PwC and Deloitte chiefs join more than 1,200 business leaders in calling for people to vote in during the EU Referendum Read More...

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Leader: Audit competition drives change, not necessarily quality

Accounting Firms Leader: Audit competition drives change, not necessarily quality

7y Kevin Reed, Writer

Leader: Audit competition drives change, not neces...

Audit competition will drive many changes, but increased audit quality is extremely questionable Read More...

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Colin: Disappearing into Osborne's black hole

Personal Tax Colin: Disappearing into Osborne's black hole

7y Taking Stock

Colin: Disappearing into Osborne's black hole

Colin makes a wry observation on where the Treasury gets it's Brexit figures Read More...

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Osborne and Darling warn of £15bn post-Brexit tax hike

Personal Tax Osborne and Darling warn of £15bn post-Brexit tax hike

7y Richard Crump, Writer

Osborne and Darling warn of £15bn post-Brexit tax ...

Geroge Osborne and Alistair Darling will today warn that the Treasury would be forced to unveil an emergency Budget to fill £30bn black hole if UK vot...

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European inquiry into Panama Papers receives go-ahead

Administration European inquiry into Panama Papers receives go-ahead

7y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

European inquiry into Panama Papers receives go-ah...

The European Parliament has given the green light on an EU investigation into the Panama Papers Read More...

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MEPs push for stricter limits against corporate tax avoidance

Administration MEPs push for stricter limits against corporate tax avoidance

7y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

MEPs push for stricter limits against corporate ta...

MEPs call for more transparency for trust funds and foundations, common rules for “patent box” tax reductions on intellectual property earnings Read M...

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EU VAT Action Plan: The future of an illusion

Corporate Tax EU VAT Action Plan: The future of an illusion

7y Nicholas Hallam

EU VAT Action Plan: The future of an illusion

With the EU referendum just days away, the EU is between a VAT rock and a hard place Read More...

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If you want to protect your future fee income, vote to remain in the EU

Corporate Finance If you want to protect your future fee income, vote to remain in the EU

7y Acccountancy Age

If you want to protect your future fee income, vot...

In 20 years’ time it won’t really matter how we voted in the EU Referendum. My overriding concern is far more short-term. Read More...

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EC adopts country-by-country reporting

Business Regulation EC adopts country-by-country reporting

7y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

EC adopts country-by-country reporting

EC adopts rules on the reporting by multinational companies of tax-related information Read More...

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Postpone quarterly digital reporting by at least a year, HMRC urged

Accounting Software Postpone quarterly digital reporting by at least a year, HMRC urged

7y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Postpone quarterly digital reporting by at least a...

The ATT has urged HMRC to push its digital project back 12 months in order to avoid ‘risk of embarrassment’ to both itself and the government if it go...

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FRC: No level playing field for disciplining directors in audit cases

Audit FRC: No level playing field for disciplining directors in audit cases

7y Calum Fuller, Reporter

FRC: No level playing field for disciplining direc...

Stephen Haddrill hopes scope of powers to apply to all directors to even playing field Read More...

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Implementation of non-financial reporting should build on existing UK regime, says ICAEW

Audit Implementation of non-financial reporting should build on existing UK regime, says ICAEW

7y Calum Fuller, Reporter

Implementation of non-financial reporting should b...

Building on well-established reporting regime would minimise disruption, ICAEW says Read More...

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