This week we take a look at the data on languages contained within the latest release of information from Census 2021 for England and Wales.
Latest ICAEW Insights and accountancy news for April 2021
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To commemorate the International Day of Disabled Persons on 3 December, ICAEW gains insight from Sami Dar, co-founder of 10,000 Able Interns, a programme that unlocks opportunities for students and graduates with disabilities.
Performing a risk assessment can be one of the most challenging tasks for a firm implementing ISQM 1. Peter Hollis explores risks relevant to small practices.
Unacceptable delays in the local audit system must be addressed if local authorities want to ensure accountability to the local electorate, says Rob Whiteman.
The Autumn Statement responded to the charity sector’s key demand to uplift benefits in line with inflation, but the government failed to provide targeted support for charities on the frontline of the cost-of-living crisis.
As accountancy teams face challenges from all sides, technology is moving to help them, and their clients, future-proof their businesses. Accounting software specialist Kevin McCallum looks at the direction of travel.
Government support schemes are currently offering some respite to the stress of rising energy bills for business. But now is the time to plan ahead for when they come to an end.
Despite progress in hiring women as non-executive directors, boards continue to miss opportunities to create robust female talent pipelines to the top executive jobs.
HMRC has released a list of tax returns that cannot be filed online due to software issues. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty summarises some of the circumstances this applies to.
ICAEW’s Tax Faculty explains when to expect legislation for various measures announced at the Autumn Statement.
Highlights from the broader tax news for the week ending 30 November 2022, including: registering a client for VAT as an agent; the latest advisory fuel rates; wet signatures not required for IHT100 forms; changes to IHT400 forms; ATED relief for “Homes for Ukraine”; and details of benefit and pension rates for 2023/24.
Economic Summit 2022: Biorbyt supplies the life science sector, a fairly strong and stable market, but one where seamless trade really matters.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a historic global agreement agreed by world leaders at the United Nations in 2015. Seven years on, reporting on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) remains a work in progress.
Report outlines strategies for UK firms to boost number of working class leaders after research shows working class employees progress 25% slower and earn up to £17,500 less than their peers.
A look at the key concerns highlighted by members over the past month, plus pointers to relevant ICAEW support and guidance.