EU reaches significant milestone in efforts to encourage sustainable business practices through corporate reporting legislation.
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Members may encounter a number of policy proposals and developments across a range of tax matters taking place within the EU. ICAEW’s European Office summarises the forthcoming and published proposals.
On a visit to Chartered Accountants’ Hall, Michalis Hadjipantela FCA, Minister for Health in Cyprus, told ICAEW’s Julia Penny and Alison Ring about how his chartered accountancy skills led to a career in government.
ICAEW contributes to responses to a European Commission consultation, which seeks stakeholder feedback on potential legislative measures to tackle the role of “enablers” in facilitating tax evasion and/or aggressive tax planning in the EU.
Chancellor abolishes 2% stamp duty land tax band for residential property and increases thresholds for first-time buyer relief in a bid to boost the property market and fuel growth.
Emmanuel Faber calls for more discussion time between ISSB and its European colleagues to work out a shared approach for how companies should report sustainability data.
The Treasury team in Cyprus is working through a number of projects to improve its processes and make its public financial management fit for a more complex future.
CCAB’s ethical case studies series gives helpful advice for accountants to apply to real-life situations. Here we look at the advice for professionals in public practice.
ICAEW expresses serious concern that EFRAG’s proposed European sustainability reporting framework could contribute to a fragmented sustainability reporting system.
In its response to the EU Commission’s call for evidence on administrative cooperation and the fight against VAT fraud, ICAEW’s Tax Faculty focussed on the benefits of requiring a reduced number of VAT registrations within the EU.