What is HMRC’s guidance for extended furlough?

HMRC What is HMRC’s guidance for extended furlough?

5m Hannah Thomas

What is HMRC’s guidance for extended furlough?

On November 10, HMRC published full guidance on the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, also referred to as the Furlough Scheme, which has been...

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Furlough means furlough

Coronavirus Furlough means furlough

5m Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Furlough means furlough

After months of high-pressure number crunching in the face of evolving guidance, for agents and HMRC alike furlough means a lot of work, writes Helen ...

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Five ways to support your clients in the new normal

Coronavirus Five ways to support your clients in the new normal

5m Sage | Sponsored

Five ways to support your clients in the new norma...

The disruption created by the pandemic has been challenging. And it’s now clear the associated problems will run into 2021, and possibly beyond. By pu...

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Making Tax Digital and PESM

Making Tax Digital Making Tax Digital and PESM

5m Matt Lewis

Making Tax Digital and PESM

Partial Exemption Special Method (PESM) doesn’t have to be part of MTD for VAT but it makes a lot of sense to automate it, as Matt Lewis explains Read...

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Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, and the tax code

Coronavirus Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, and the tax code

5m Leanna Reeves

Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, a...

Global head of tax at EY on global economic recovery Read More...

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Which companies are going to thrive in lockdown 2.0?

Coronavirus Which companies are going to thrive in lockdown 2.0?

5m Daniel Tannenbaum | Sponsored by Tudor Lodge

Which companies are going to thrive in lockdown 2....

Daniel Tannenbaum is a consultant in the UK consumer finance and fintech industry Read More...

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Report: Auditors brace for “imminent” proposals

Audit Report: Auditors brace for “imminent” proposals

5m Tom Lemmon

Report: Auditors brace for “imminent” proposals

BEIS’s initial recommendations and consultations on audit reform expected to be made public before Christmas with full implementation in 2023 Read Mor...

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International networks, associations and alliances grow in perilous times

Practice International networks, associations and alliances grow in perilous times

5m Philip Smith, Reporter

International networks, associations and alliances...

International accountancy networks and associations maintain growth, but the pandemic and economic crisis have created numerous challenges, while regu...

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How to stay connected and productive whilst working from home

Practice How to stay connected and productive whilst working from home

5m CABA | Sponsored

How to stay connected and productive whilst workin...

Most of us find ourselves in very different circumstances from anything we could have imagined this time last year. We have been unceremoniously tippe...

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Pandemic accelerates need for audit reform

Audit Pandemic accelerates need for audit reform

5m Leanna Reeves

Pandemic accelerates need for audit reform

CIIA says crisis stressed need for reform, but auditor warns timing could be wrong Read More...

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Buyers’ brief: Financial forecasting tech to accelerate growth in advisory services

Coronavirus Buyers’ brief: Financial forecasting tech to accelerate growth in advisory services

5m Accountancy Age, Reporters

Buyers’ brief: Financial forecasting tech to accel...

The coronavirus pandemic has applied significant pressure on businesses and driven seismic shifts across almost every sector of the global economy. Ov...

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Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in payment processes that lead to business-wide damage

Business Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in payment processes that lead to business-wide damage

6m Sponsored | Modulr

Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in pa...

By Tom Kelly, strategic account director, Modulr Read More...

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2020: A year of change

Business 2020: A year of change

6m Sponsored | AJ Chambers Andrew Hilliard

2020: A year of change

By Andrew Hilliard, managing director, AJ Chambers Read More...

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Advisory services: the key to business growth

Consulting Advisory services: the key to business growth

6m Phil Thornton | Sponsored by Wolters Kluwer

Advisory services: the key to business growth

Phil Thornton is lead technology product manager for digital at Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting UK Read More...

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New evaluator role in pre-pack scrutiny too vague

Insolvency New evaluator role in pre-pack scrutiny too vague

6m Jeremy Chan

New evaluator role in pre-pack scrutiny too vague

Insolvency service announces new law to scrutinise sale of pre-packs but does not specify qualifications for the evaluator Read More...

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Industry divided over SEC auditor independence reforms

Audit Industry divided over SEC auditor independence reforms

6m Tom Lemmon

Industry divided over SEC auditor independence ref...

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s reforms to the Auditor Independence Framework have exposed deep divisions in the sector over where t...

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Lack of UK government support is “prolonging the agony”

Coronavirus Lack of UK government support is “prolonging the agony”

6m Leanna Reeves

Lack of UK government support is “prolonging the a...

SMEs remain resilient, but further government support could be crucial Read More...

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Tax partners raise MTD queries

Making Tax Digital Tax partners raise MTD queries

6m Leanna Reeves

Tax partners raise MTD queries

Tax partners say MTD’s goals still remain unclear Read More...

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Employers to lose accounting talent if incentives aren’t applied

Accounting Firms Employers to lose accounting talent if incentives aren’t applied

6m Leanna Reeves

Employers to lose accounting talent if incentives ...

Remote working, flexibility, and proper remuneration amongst the top incentives to retain staff, according to studies Read More...

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IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary confusion

Coronavirus IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary confusion

6m Tom Lemmon

IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary co...

The confusion surrounding what constitutes an “intermediary group” under IR35 will likely lead to a change in the primary legislation, according to th...

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Comment: Christmas with a pandemic doesn’t just threaten retailers

Coronavirus Comment: Christmas with a pandemic doesn’t just threaten retailers

6m Paul Christensen

Comment: Christmas with a pandemic doesn’t just th...

Christmas is coming, and plans are being put in place to prepare for what will be a unique festive period, marking the culmination of a year of unprec...

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How coronavirus will reshape accountancy

Coronavirus How coronavirus will reshape accountancy

6m Sponsored | Anna Curzon

How coronavirus will reshape accountancy

Anna Curzon, chief product officer at Xero, examines the technology and trends reshaping accountancy during the pandemic. Read More...

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Top 50+50: UK accountancy aims to be inclusive

People Practice Top 50+50: UK accountancy aims to be inclusive

6m Beth Mason

Top 50+50: UK accountancy aims to be inclusive

Report shows industry are making inroads on diversity Read More...

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Remote working furthers the case for continuous accounting

Accounting Software Remote working furthers the case for continuous accounting

6m Thomas Sutter

Remote working furthers the case for continuous ac...

Thomas Sutter, finance centre of excellence, Oracle NetSuite Read More...

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PESM and the finance sector

Tax PESM and the finance sector

6m Alastair Sharp, Tax Systems | Sponsored

PESM and the finance sector

Financial service providers and financial institutions often have a mix of exempt and taxable supplies and this can cause real confusion. Read More...

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Top 50 + 50: Capitalising on services is key for firms

Practice Top 50 + 50: Capitalising on services is key for firms

6m Beth Mason

Top 50 + 50: Capitalising on services is key for f...

Positive growth for UK accountancy firms but which services come out on top? Read More...

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Time is running out for penalty-free corrections to CJRS and SEISS claims

Regulation Time is running out for penalty-free corrections to CJRS and SEISS claims

6m Sponsored | Markel Tax

Time is running out for penalty-free corrections t...

Now that the countdown to the October 20, 2020 deadline for correcting CJRS & SEISS claims has begun, Steve Price and Jacqui Mann discuss how HMRC wil...

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