Lynn Oxborrow of Nottingham Business School discusses the challenges and opportunities for SMEs as we emerge from the pandemic.
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HMRC’s latest agent update provides notice of a number of changes affecting employers and their agents. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty highlights some key items.
Following the announcement that small employers could once again claim refunds for coronavirus-related sick pay, HMRC’s claims portal is now live.
The earlier announcement of a late filing penalty waiver could have caused 1m more outstanding tax returns than at the same point last year. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty explores the numbers.
Making Tax Digital for VAT extends to all VAT-registered traders from April 2022. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty highlights some points to consider, including the government’s newly launched Help to Grow: Digital scheme.
ICAEW’s Tax Faculty explains the various bodies that may be supervising the firm.
Arena TV ceased trading owing nearly £300m to creditors after a simple audit revealed assets did not exist.
PwC’s UK Head of Public Policy, Sotiris Kroustis, explains how the firm’s digital transparency report is driving engagement with stakeholders
“During the pandemic we benefitted from the convenient location of our stores,” says Neil Robinson, CFO at Central England Co-operative.
During the Global Skills Conference, we spoke to representatives from EY Malaysia, PwC and RSM UK on their experiences of navigating how to fit in whilst also staying true to themselves.