First-time attendees at the LSCA’s Practitioners’ Conference this March will receive a 50% discount while, to celebrate the LSCA’s 150th anniversary, delegates can get a £150 discount if they refer a friend. And don’t forget the early bird discount, available before 7 February 2020.
Business and economy
News from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
Chancellor Sajid Javid will make his first Budget speech on 11 March, a speech that will set the tone for public spending over the coming years says ICAEW Public Sector Director Alison Ring.
Changes to internal controls guidance will allow a broader range of accountancy firms to carry out assurance engagements with outsourced service providers.
With late payments growing to £23bn last year, Rachel Underhill, Business Strategy Manager at ICAEW, urges London companies to start the 2020s with a clear culture on payments.
Michael Willis, Director of the Master of Accounting Programme at Judge Business School, recently spoke with the chair of CASSL about the challenges facing today’s newly qualified accountancy professionals.
If you are thinking about retirement from your practice, there are important steps that need to be considered. In the first of a two-part series, Vicky Andrew, Vice Chair of South East London Area Society of Chartered Accountants, sets out what you need to know.
Election night saw wins and losses for accountants standing in London’s constituencies.
Despite the election of a new majority government, ICAEW predicts economic growth of just 1% this year, down from an expected 1.2% for 2019, due to continuing uncertainty over trading relationship with EU.
A recent London tax discussion group meeting considered whether playing golf as part of a networking group is a business expense or should be treated as a benefit in kind.
Business confidence in the capital is at its lowest level since the financial crisis a decade ago, new figures published by ICAEW show.