1 March 2021: ICAEW Insights talks with Charlie Vickery, Managing Director of UK-based sustainable material firm Haeckels, about how the business has established local supply chains around the world.
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1 March 2021: Extending the business rates holiday for struggling companies in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors should be a key announcement in next week’s Budget speech, a poll of chartered accountants has found.
1 March 2021: ICAEW’s Public Sector team highlights key public sector financial reporting updates covering the UK and International Public Sector Accounting Standards.
1 March 2021: Mental health speaker Nick Elston shares his experience of living with and overcoming Imposter Syndrome on stage and outlines what chartered accountants can learn from this.
26 February 2021: In the current economic landscape, there are a number of key questions that directors of small companies should ask before undertaking to pay dividends to shareholders.
26 February 2021: The National Cyber Security Centre has launched a new tool to help businesses access relevant cybersecurity guidance and tackle the growing threat of cybercrime.
26 February 2021: The Chancellor needs to build a bridge to economic recovery in his first Budget on Wednesday, focusing on jobs, exports and investment. But with the OBR’s official projections showing public debt to be on an unsustainable path, what vision will he set out for the public finances in the long-term?
25 February 2021: Spring Budget 2021 will inevitably focus on the near-term need to support jobs, exports and investment in building a bridge to economic recovery. However, the Chancellor also needs to outline a vision on how to repair the public balance sheet and how to put the public finances onto a sustainable path.
25 February 2021: Fair and effective taxation in the single market continues to be hampered by insufficient sharing of tax information, according to a recent report issued by the European Court of Auditors.
As efforts to reduce carbon ramps up globally, offsetting has become a necessary element of corporations’ drive to counter their emissions.