Following an inquiry into the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the UK’s tax system, the Treasury Committee has released a report, titled ‘Tax after coronavirus’.
2021 news releases
News releases issued by ICAEW in 2021
Monday 1 March 2021: ICAEW launches resources to help business decision makers prepare their accounts and consider the effect COVID has had on their bottom line.
ICAEW spokespeople respond to the measures announced by the Chancellor in the 2021 Spring Budget.
Extending the business rates holiday for struggling companies in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors who face a cliff-edge in April is a key measure for the Chancellor to announce in next week’s Budget, a poll of ICAEW chartered accountants has found.
This segment examines tax advice and the ways tax services may be vulnerable to money laundering.
Alison Ring OBE FCA, ICAEW Public Sector Director comments on the public sector finance figures for January 2021, released by the Office for National Statistics.
Sales will grow this year, a survey of chartered accountants has found, as the coronavirus vaccine rollout suggests the first steps to a return to normal.
The Chancellor should focus on jobs and exports in the Budget next month and build a bridge to recovery, say chartered accountants.
Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, responds to The Economics of Biodiversity: The Dasgupta Review.
ICAEW responds to FCA’s publication of The Woolard Review on regulation in the unsecured consumer credit market.