Thursday 24 December 2020: Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, comments on the UK-EU post-Brexit trade deal.
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Tuesday 22 December 2020: Alison Ring OBE FCA, Public Sector Director at ICAEW, comments on the latest public sector finances for November 2020.
Thursday 17 December 2020: Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, responds to the decision to extend the furlough scheme and government-backed loans programme announced by the Chancellor Rishi Sunak today.
Thursday 17 December 2020: ICAEW has become the first professional body to sign a new City charter which aims to drive up representation of Black professionals at senior levels in the finance and professional services sectors.
Friday 11 December 2020: ICAEW students have today received the results of their November 2020 ACA Advanced Level exams.
Monday 14 December 2020: ICAEW has published a survey of its international members on their views on the future of work today.
Monday 30 November 2020: IFAC Launches Series Web Page Featuring All Instalments, Additional Relevant Resources.
Wednesday 2 December 2020: Chartered accountancy body ICAEW has today set out its vision for the future of audit in a Manifesto based on extensive research among the profession and beyond.
Updated 11 May 2020: ICAEW’s Tax Faculty summarises what we know so far about communicating and transacting with HMRC during the COVID-19 crisis.
Updated 4 November: Entitlement to working tax credits varies according to the number of hours worked. The Tax Faculty explains the impact of reduced working hours, temporary lay-offs and furloughing on tax credits and when HMRC needs to be informed.
30 April: The government has announced new timelines for a number of consultations, including on raising standards in the tax advice market, in the light of the coronavirus pandemic.
28 April: As COVID-19 dramatically changes the way in which we work, the House of Lords is recommending that the government rethinks IR35’s expansion and looks for a better way to tax work. Anita Monteith outlines the recommendations.
27 April: ICAEW has urged government to withdraw and consult on changes to inheritance tax rules on excluded property and the tax liabilities of company directors. It’s also called for the delay to changes to capital gains tax relief for private residences and raised concerns over the recovery of taxes in insolvency cases.
27 April: HMRC has confirmed that reclaims of employees' coronavirus-related statutory sick pay qualify as state aid under the EU commission’s COVID-19 temporary framework which caps support.
27 April: Updated guidance from HMRC includes how to report wages using RTI, a new calculator and more explanation about who qualifies. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty outlines the changes and shares a new downloadable template.