HM Treasury’s Balance Sheet Review highlights significant opportunities already identified, reforms undertaken and savings delivered to manage the nation’s assets and liabilities.
Latest ICAEW Insights and accountancy news for March 2021
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A National Audit Office report lays out the challenge for local authorities and central government on adult social care in the absence of a long-term funded plan.
In response to EU proposals to strengthen anti-money laundering regulation, Accountancy Europe outlines how professions can strengthen their defences against money launderers.
There is a growing view among organisations that business rates as they stand aren’t fit for purpose. But the last big reform of local government tax ended in riots. Can it be done?
Join a webinar on 15 April organised by ICAEW’s Tax Faculty to have your questions on MTD and the digital transformation of the UK’s tax system answered by Jo Rowland, the recently appointed Director General of HMRC’s Transformation Business Group.
Highlights from the broader tax news week ending 31 March, which includes: HMRC repackaging its guidance on tax implications of cryptocurrencies and rate change for COVID statutory sick pay rebate scheme.
A host of tax changes come into force from the start of April 2021, including the long-anticipated introduction of off payroll working (IR35) and the next phase of requirements under Making Tax Digital for VAT. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty outlines what you need to know.
Why there has never been a more important time where chartered accountants must stand up and protect businesses, explains David Clarke, Chairman of the Fraud Advisory Panel.
This month’s top technical stories on ICAEW Insights include updates on the government’s corporate governance reforms, Budget and Tax Day announcements and further news on COVID support schemes.
This month’s regulatory content includes a diversity data deadline, news of an anti-money laundering webinar, and updates for probate firms and insolvency practitioners.
Are you an agent with experience of the corporate interest restriction return? HMRC would appreciate your feedback on its new digital service.
How following fraud money trails can have an “unexpected benefit” when uncovering networks of crime, explained by Australian Professor of Business Government and Law, Russell Smith.
Chartered accountants are trusted professionals and should have zero tolerance of fraud, money laundering or any type of economic crime, writes Michael Izza, ICAEW CEO.
Domestic abuse cases have risen over the course of lockdown. Male victims are three times less likely to confess they are suffering from domestic abuse than a female victim, making it harder to spot.
London remains Europe’s major global finance centre despite Brexit and retains its second-place ranking in a list of the best financial centres around the world behind New York, according to new research.