Chartered accountants have an opportunity to respond to the package of reforms relating to fraud, as recommended by the Brydon Review. What do you think of the government’s proposals?
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Environmental, social and governance risks are both business and investment risks, and chartered accountants are at the heart of reporting on them as well as the financials.
Businesses are being contacted by their banks about repayment of Bounce Back Loans. If repayments are not affordable, businesses should consider their options and take action.
Our chart this week illustrates how in representing more than half of the world economy, decisions taken by the G7 can have a significant impact on the entire planet.
To support Black Heritage students in their career development, ICAEW co-hosted an event giving undergraduates the opportunity to practice workplace skills and connect with top employers.
What does winning in business look like? Following a year like no other, moves to shift the focus on the definition of success have accelerated following our experiences of working in a pandemic.
ICAEW has backed government moves to improve the quality of reporting around climate-related risk but warned that changes risk overwhelming organisations with their complexity.
Highlights from the broader tax news week ending 5 May, which includes HMRC publishing guidance on working through an umbrella company and updating guidance accompanying its CEST tool.
ICAEW’s Tax Faculty is urging employers and agents to attend a free webinar on 7 May outlining how to calculate grant entitlement under the final phase of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, rather than risk under or overclaiming.
HMRC has struggled to maintain business-as-usual service levels during the coronavirus pandemic and cannot improve services as envisaged in its Charter without more resource, warns ICAEW.
As part of a £5bn cladding remediation package following the Grenfell Tower disaster, the government is proposing a new residential property developer tax. Likely to be introduced in 2022, the tax aims to raise at least £2bn over 10 years and would apply to developers with annual profits in excess of £25m.
With many businesses considering a longer-term shift to hybrid working, new research has flagged the risk of making home-workers into ‘second-class citizens’. So how can you boost team productivity in the new office environment?
Triodos has been in the business of green banking for 40 years. Its UK CEO explains how it weighs up environmental and financial risk.
Tax agents who file their clients’ VAT returns using HMRC’s online service may find that the functionality has moved from the older agent online service portal to the newer agent services account.
Existing rules around viability reporting are not achieving what they need to. The government has proposed a new annual resilience statement by public interest entities to fix the problem.