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The latest coronavirus (COVID-19) articles from ICAEW

A list of all coronavirus-related articles from ICAEW, starting with the most recent.

Technical news in brief August 2021

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21-10-2021

ICAEW's Audit and Assurance Faculty brings you the latest technical updates on developments in auditing and assurance, financial reporting and ethics. Please note Only Audit and Assurance Faculty members and Faculties Online subscribers have access to these technical updates.

SME funding and levelling up

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21-10-2021

In this two part series Dominic Lindley looks at what interventions can be made to ensure SME funding doesn’t present a barrier to growth and levelling up. This is part one. Part two will appear in the November Banking Focus bulletin.

The opportunities of hybrid working

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20-10-2021

Why you should look to introduce it at your firm

How to build an innovative team

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20-10-2021

The answer is simpler than you think

Tax news in brief

20-10-2021

Highlights from the broader tax news week ending 20 October, which includes: highlights from HMRC's latest Employer Bulletin, the end of the extended to appeal tax decisions and new HMRC support on what happens when tax pays aren't billed and on new tax checks for some licence renewals in England and Wales.

Budget should “turbocharge” levelling up and net zero

19-10-2021

Writing to the Chancellor, ICAEW argues that the Autumn Budget should include additional support for businesses and local authorities on reducing carbon emissions, as well as action to improve access to private finance outside of London.

Protect yourself from payment diversion fraud

15-10-2021

Incidents of payment diversion fraud are on the rise due to increased home working leaving remote staff more susceptible to being tricked. Here’s how to spot the signs.

Chart of the week: UK public debt profile

14-10-2021

Our chart this week shines a spotlight on the UK’s public debt, focusing on the Government’s debt strategy ahead of the fast approaching Spending Review.

Use Spending Review to establish a "financial platform for delivery"

12-10-2021

Alison Ring, Director for Public Sector at ICAEW, has written to the Chief Secretary to the Treasury ahead of Spending Review 2021 expressing ICAEW’s view that it should be centred on the three key themes of stable funding, fiscal resilience and financial capability.

An Interim Career – why it’s for me

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08-10-2021

In this article, Mary Douglas shares with us how she became an interim executive, why she loves it, the challenges and the critical skills and qualities to be successful.

Is 2021 the most challenging year ever for university finance directors?

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08-10-2021

Last year, I wrote about 2020 being the most challenging year ever to be a finance director at a university. 13 months later, ahead of a budget and comprehensive spending review, I am asking the same question (or should it be “is there ever a good year to be a university finance director?”) and reviewing some of my initial thoughts.

Networking through the screen – How to stay on people’s radar

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06-10-2021

For more years than I care to admit, I’ve been training and coaching a wide range of professionals, from senior executives to MBA graduates in the subtle art of networking – and of course, since March 2020, this has all been virtual! The most frequent question I’ve been asked is how to network remotely, implying that networking in the ‘new normal’ is somehow materially different to life pre-COVID 19.

Tax news in brief

06-10-2021

Highlights from the broader tax news week ending 6 October, which includes: working tax credits: reporting changes to working hours, plastic packaging tax: statement requirement delayed and legislation passed implementing UK-Swiss social security deal.

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