Accountancy

Practice round-up: RSM, Haslers, and more…
Practice round-up: RSM, Haslers, and more…
FCA: Adviser charging an ‘emotive’ subject
FCA: Adviser charging an ‘emotive’ subject
IR35: Chancellor makes review pledge
IR35: Chancellor makes review pledge
Practice round-up: Cowgills, Price Bailey, and more…
Practice round-up: Cowgills, Price Bailey, and more…
Two-thirds of accountants set to outsource services to remain competitive
Two-thirds of accountants set to outsource services to remain competitive
Small businesses urged to implement Open Banking
Small businesses urged to implement Open Banking
ACCA and NTT Data UK extend partnership to drive digital transformation
ACCA and NTT Data UK extend partnership to drive digital transformation
IR35: HMRC launches updated CEST tool
IR35: HMRC launches updated CEST tool
Does IR35 present businesses with an opportunity?
Does IR35 present businesses with an opportunity?
UK workers remain indifferent to technology putting jobs at risk
UK workers remain indifferent to technology putting jobs at risk
If Labour wants to rewrite the rules it needs clearer policies
If Labour wants to rewrite the rules it needs clearer policies
EY announces steady UK growth on the back of increased investment
EY announces steady UK growth on the back of increased investment
KPMG ends its backing for Prince Andrew's mentorship scheme
KPMG ends its backing for Prince Andrew's mentorship scheme
Practice round-up: haysmacintyre LLP, MHA Monahans, BKL and more
Practice round-up: haysmacintyre LLP, MHA Monahans, BKL and more
Firm opens new dyslexia-friendly tax return service
Firm opens new dyslexia-friendly tax return service
CABA launches campaign to tackle stress amongst trainee accountants
CABA launches campaign to tackle stress amongst trainee accountants
Marking emails as unread (which is really your hidden to-do list), and replying as fast as you can to each one coming in creates a negative, endless quest to get stuff done. https://buff.ly/2WTjVnm pic.twitter.com/xaSwHxgYTl
Pub and bar insolvency jumps 13% as more #millennials go #teetotal https://shar.es/a3bb0q  via @accountancylive
Advisers warned about switch to automated taxhttps://www.ftadviser.com/investments/2019/11/11/advisers-warned-about-switch-to-automated-tax/ …
Getting your firm’s website ranking competitively in search engine results is a long game requiring lots of hard work – don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Still, there are some quick wins that too many people overlook.https://buff.ly/3
The forthcoming general election and cancellation of the 6 November Budget will almost certainly have an impact on the progress of previously announced tax changes. Jackie Hall runs through which policies may or may not be delayed.https://buff.ly/36Rox1O&
Pension savers face increased risk from scammers - average #pension scam £82k says FCA @TPRgovuk https://shar.es/a3bXVo  via @accountancylive
EY to team up for campaign against domestic abuse
EY to team up for campaign against domestic abuse
And the same to you, Sanjay!
Two new studies reveal the extent of Britain’s SME balance sheet blight, with small British businesses missing tax deadlines thanks to lost paperwork and one in three not using an accountant.https://buff.ly/32xFwDa 
The publication of the second review of the loan charge has been delayed until after the 12 December general election. The move has been met with heavy criticism from MPs, accountancy and tax bodies.https://buff.ly/2qDRrBR 
#EU strategises reforms to cross-border VAT rules- improve fraud detection and simplify requirements for #SMEs https://shar.es/a3b0sm  via @accountancylive
#Mamas&Papas sold in pre-pack administration handled by #Deloitte with the assets bought back by owner Bluegem Capital Partners https://shar.es/a3bmS4  via @accountancylive
Journalist Sarah Perrin discusses how fighting corruption in the Americas requires the commitment accountants amongst others, to be effective > https://abinternational.accaglobal.com/2019/09/24/19oct_int_i_corruptionamericas/pugpig_index.html &hel
Journalist Sarah Perrin discusses how fighting corruption in the Americas requires the commitment accountants amongst others, to be effective > https://abinternational.accaglobal.com/2019/09/24/19oct_int_i_corruptionamericas/pugpig_index.html &hel
Journalist Sarah Perrin discusses how fighting corruption in the Americas requires the commitment accountants amongst others, to be effective > https://abinternational.accaglobal.com/2019/09/24/19oct_int_i_corruptionamericas/pugpig_index.html &hel
Journalist Sarah Perrin discusses how fighting corruption in the Americas requires the commitment accountants amongst others, to be effective > https://abinternational.accaglobal.com/2019/09/24/19oct_int_i_corruptionamericas/pugpig_index.html &hel
Journalist Sarah Perrin discusses how fighting corruption in the Americas requires the commitment accountants amongst others, to be effective > https://abinternational.accaglobal.com/2019/09/24/19oct_int_i_corruptionamericas/pugpig_index.html &hel
If Xerocon is accountancy’s answer to Glastonbury, @Xero UK MD @garyturner is the Michael Eavis who pulls all the strings to bring the annual extravaganza together. Ahead of this year’s event, he told @JohnStokdyk how Xerocon has evolved since
If Xerocon is accountancy’s answer to Glastonbury, @Xero UK MD @garyturner is the Michael Eavis who pulls all the strings to bring the annual extravaganza together. Ahead of this year’s event, he told @JohnStokdyk how Xerocon has evolved since
When someone contacts you at 8.00pm on a Sunday you then face your next rule: when do you reply? If straight away, perhaps you need to hear what Kevin Whitehouse has to say.https://buff.ly/2WTjVnm 
HMRC has published another block of guidance which focuses on the position for businesses that transact in cryptoassets, but this won’t be the last link in the guidance chain.https://buff.ly/2WVYQsp 
At AccountingWEB, our mission has always been to advance the profession by providing news, insight and practical guidance. That’s why we’re now bringing our community to life with an exciting event.https://buff.ly/33njq7y 
HMRC has recently updated its long and detailed ’chapter 3’ guidance on Gift Aid which gives extensive information on all aspects including valuing benefits and when Gift Aid can and cannot be claimed. @sayervinent reports.https://buff.ly/2pNf
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
While Mothercare’s global group generated £28.3m profit last year, its UK retail operations lost £36.3m. The parent company carried out a review of the UK business found that it is “not capable of returning to a level of structural
Ten years on from launching her practice, @DellaHudsonFCA recently joined AccountingWEB in Bristol to speak to the new class of wide-eyed firms about the challenges she faced as she started out.https://buff.ly/36BIJoc 
When a taxpayer pays up under the terms of loan guarantee they may be able to claim a capital loss, but only if all the conditions of TCGA 1992 s 253 are met, as illustrated by the different outcomes in the cases of Ron Dennis and Michael Hunt.https://buf
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