24 April 2020: CEO Michael Izza addresses ICAEW's members during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We have collated the many questions and queries we have received from members through insights, webinars, and enquiries relating to the coronavirus pandemic. Here you will find guidance and information to support the most frequently asked questions. This will be regularly updated.
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CABA is taking a business-as-usual approach to COVID-19, and wants to assure ICAEW members that they can contact them at any point. Any individuals or small businesses requiring emotional or financial support are encouraged to get in touch.
Taking on and supporting clients
25 March 2020: This ICAEW guide provides a series of practical tips to help you comply with the UK government's anti-money laundering regulations while social distancing or self-isolating due to coronavirus.
21 April 2020: ICAEW has put together a helpsheet for members that lays out respective responsibilities when providing furlough grant claim services to clients.
A wide range of coronavirus support measures have been made available to UK businesses by the government. This guide highlights key features of the support available as well as providing links further guidance (including eligibility criteria).
28 April 2020: ICAEW’s Business Law team outline some of the key factors smaller entities need to take into account when considering meetings in the age of coronavirus measures.
16 April 2020: ICAEW has created a guide featuring practical actions finance professionals can take when considering cashflow to support their businesses through the coronavirus crisis.
CABA offers a range of free online personal and professional development courses. The Boost your resilience and Building your resilience courses are particularly recommended to accountants who may be struggling to deal with stressed clients during the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis.
This guide covers the general legal and human resource issues you would need to consider and does not replace expert advice.
Even if you have seen it coming, redundancy is often a shock. CABA has a range of career development services and provides lifelong support to past and present ICAEW members, ACA students, ICAEW staff, and their close family members.
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Working from home
The COVID-19 crisis has escalated the risk of malicious cyber attacks as organisations large and small increase their reliance on remote working and online services. This page gathers together ICAEW insights and externally-produced resources providing practical advice on how to keep your IT systems and networks safe.
As working from home becomes the norm during the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis, employees, colleagues and clients need online tools to to communicate effectively and collaborate remotely. This page collects ICAEW insights and externally-produced resources on the apps and software available and tips for best practice.
The COVID-19 crisis has forced many people to change their usual work practices and work from home for an extended period. This page gathers together ICAEW insights and externally-produced resources providing practical advice on how to maintain your physical and mental health while working remotely.
Learning from home
In response to the ever-changing business landscape ICAEW Academy has created a range of virtual learning that delivers on-going cpd support to keep you connected. We are offering members a 75% reduction on our entire academy virtual learning courses, with the added bonus of a free leadership series – leading remote teams.
Live and on-demand webinars from ICAEW covering the latest technical updates and guidance for accountants, auditors and finance professionals, support for businesses and the self-employed affected by COVID-19, and the impact on the wider economy of the pandemic.
The seven ICAEW Faculties are the leading source of expertise and know-how in the world of accounting, business and finance - they’re also committed to your continuing professional development and provide a wealth of premium online resources to keep you up to date.
From May to October 2020 members in business have free trial access to Bloomsbury Professional’s comprehensive online library, comprising over 60 titles from leading commercial law, tax and accounting subject matter experts.
Eligible firms have free access to Bloomsbury Professional’s comprehensive online library, comprising more than 60 titles from some of the country’s leading tax and accounting subject matter experts.
Help for consumers
Find support on what you can do to stay prepared.