Do you have an investigation looming large over you? Kingsley Napley's Julie Matheson goes through the best strategies to manage the process
Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered a pro-business speech aimed at reassuring businesses that the economy is “match fit”, should turbulence hit our shores when leaving the EU
Ambulance-chasing, or seizing an opportunity? The Practitioner is seeing lots of clients on the receiving end of marketing guff from self-styled 'buy-to-let experts'
Friday Afternoon Live: HMRC complaints rise; Deloitte scoops big audits; and corporate reporting woes
HMRC receives highest number of complaints in seven years; Deloitte scoops BP and Centrica audits; and corporate reporting under the microscope in our latest Friday Afternoon Live broadcast
Deloitte's record fine; tech skills; and the Trump effect... all discussed in this week's Friday Afternoon Live
Sally Harlow responds to accountants who think they're best placed to deal with probate. She thinks its the lawyers who are top dogs, and explains why...
Making Tax Digital; CIMA's president taking up the chair role of its jointly-founded new international organisation; and new tax adviser conduct rules ... top topics for the latest Friday Afternoon Live
The Practitioner discusses their timesheet militancy, and reaction to someone playing it fast and loose with the details...
The drive towards a fully digital tax regime is an admirable one, but mandation is simply wrong, according to one of the UK's most senior tax technology practitioners - Paul Aplin
HMRC breaches client confidentiality; and partner profits fall at EY. These stories and more discussed in Friday Afternoon Live