3 March 2020: Reforms to the off-payroll working (IR35) rules are due to extend to the private and third sectors from 6 April 2020. As small accountancy firms serving personal service company clients become increasingly concerned about the potential threat to their client base, how can they can adapt and flourish?
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Businesses can measure and analyse racial disparities, taking practical steps to change behaviour.
What are the main causes of inequality and what are firms doing to tackle it? Brian Cantwell writes.
Used by airlines, ride-hailing apps and the likes of Amazon, dynamic or “surge” pricing is becoming common practice among today’s digital-savvy businesses
CEO of ENT talks to ICAEW Insights about the correlation between accountancy and social justice, diversity and leadership.
Investor Interest in corporate strategy is on the rise amidst a growing range of business risks
There have already been small changes announced to business rates, but will the new Chancellor deliver more significant reform in next month’s Budget?
ICAEW and other accountancy bodies have signed a pledge calling on accountants across the world to use their skills and status in the fight against climate change.
The world’s accountants must put their skills to use to help businesses fight climate change.
Understanding their source of wealth can be a key component of client due diligence for certain high-risk clients.
EVPs are by no means new, but employers are increasingly recognising their importance when it comes to attracting and retaining talent
ICAEW has updated its guidance on providing mortgage references.
The SRA’s Accounts Rules provide critical protections for clients of UK solicitors, setting principles on how their money should be safeguarded while held on their behalf.
The government’s pledge to ensure every UK household and business has access to gigabit-capable broadband is ambitious, but could play a large part in its goal to “level up” the economy.
ICAEW CEO Michael Izza shares five goals for audit reform
24 February 2020: On 31 January 2020 the UK left the EU. Or did it? From a financial reporting perspective, very little has changed.
The government is set to relaunch its naming and shaming regime of employers who fail to pay their staff the national minimum wage (NMW) or national living wage.
Friday 21 February 2020. Friday 21 February 2020. ICAEW comments on the public sector finances for January 2020, published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
21 February 2020: ICAEW chart of the week
HM Treasury has published its consultation on the extension of the Trust Registration Service (TRS) as required under the Fifth Money Laundering Directive (5MLD).