Accounting standards must not slip towards complex rules, warns ICAS
An extract from Never Mind the Botox, the story of a corporate accountant working on the sale of a 'glamorous cosmetic company'
Counter-offers to keep staff on who have handed in their notice is on the rise. But does it work? asks Marks Sattin
In a year of big changes in the profession, who will wield the most influence over the future direction of accounting?
Tax and audit reform, public sector spending cuts, new accounting rules for SMEs and international standards convergence... In a year of big changes in the profession, who will wield the most influence over the future direction of accounting?
With the tax return deadline looming, Iris's Charles Manly recommends getting the practice ready and raring first
Accountancy Age takes a misty-eyed look back through our 2011 cartoon archives, to remind you of the big issues of the past year
HMRC’s latest fine structure for late filing is a disproportionate response, argues Jan Post
The curse of 21st century working life is email overload. Dr Monica Seeley prescribes the cure
Throwing thousands of pounds into IT security is no good if you fail to protect the physical assets