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2018 press releases

Press releases issued by ICAEW in 2018.

It pays to say 'I do' this Valentine's Day

Thursday 8 February 2018, It might not be the most romantic reason to propose, but getting married or entering a civil partnership could have tax benefits for you and your spouse. Sarah Ghaffari, ICAEW Technical Tax Manager, explains some of the tax benefits of getting engaged this Valentine’s Day.

Accountancy firms increase standing in 2018 Stonewall Index

Wednesday 31 January, Accountancy firms continue to make headway in the latest Stonewall Workplace Equality Index of top employers supporting LGBT employees. Launching the results of the 2018 Index at Chartered Accountants’ Hall today, ICAEW hopes to see more accountancy practices, particularly smaller firms, join the top performers and climb the ranks.

ICAEW ACA graduates celebrate in Cyprus

Tuesday 30 January 2018, 149 students celebrated passing their ACA exams today, the first stage of becoming ICAEW Chartered Accountants, in a ceremony at the Hilton Park Hotel, Nicosia.

ICAEW comment on FRC announcement

Monday 29 January, Commenting on the FRC’s announcement that it will be investigating KPMG over its audit of Carillion, ICAEW Chief Executive Michael Izza said:

Big Data transforming Chinese business, says ICAEW

Tuesday 30 January 2018, Big data is significantly changing many sectors of the Chinese economy, according to research by ICAEW, in partnership with the Shanghai National Accounting Institute and Chinese technology company Inspur.

One Moorgate Place reveals newly refurbished Great Hall

Monday 29 January, One Moorgate Place has set 2018 off in style with the opening of its largest event space, The Great Hall. The celebratory launch on 25 January also revealed Searcy’s new Spring menu at this prestigious venue.

Insolvencies expected to rise in 2018, warns ICAEW

Friday 26 January, The Q4 insolvency statistics released today show a mixed picture with a reduction on Q3 company insolvencies but a static picture in individual insolvencies. However, these figures are expected to get worse for businesses in Q1 2018, as consumers are tightening their purse strings post-Christmas. ICAEW reminds businesses facing insolvency to seek help earlier and help encourage recovery.

Students celebrate their exam success

Friday 19 January, ICAEW students have started 2018 on a high with the release of their exam results for the first Level 4 Accounting Technician apprenticeship end-point assessments and the December 2017 Professional Level exam results.

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