1 June 2020: the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic will leave many businesses making hard decisions and considering redundancies. ICAEW’s new collection of resources aims to help those affected.
Viewpoints on the news during May 2020
Opinions and news analysis, covering the worlds of business and accountancy.
1 June 2020: a panel of experts joined ICAEW for a webinar to provide best practice and guidance for companies looking to bring their staff back to work
1 June 2020: ICAEW’s Financial Reporting Faculty has produced a checklist to help you determine how the spread of COVID-19 might affect financial statements prepared in accordance with FRS 105.
29 May 2020: Some 50 years after the Equal Pay Act, there is still a pay gap in every sector of the economy. But does the shift in working patterns driven by coronavirus offer an opportunity to level the playing field?
29 May 2020: the most-read items of technical content on ICAEW Insights during the month of May
29 May 2020: for one practice in Essex, adapting to lockdown has taught them to be more productive than ever – so much so, employees are doing a four-day week for the same salary.
29 May 2020: the lockdown has forced many businesses to adapt their way of working, and the majority have elected to work remotely.
29 May 2020: the coronavirus crisis has driven many changes to the way organisations work, but for one practice it will mean no return to the office as the team shifts to homeworking on a permanent basis.
29 May 2020: advice and insights on the best ways ICAEW finance professionals can manage preparations around a potential migration back to their offices.
29 May 2020: the government has written to larger accounting firms asking them and their clients to consider the human impact of their actions when it comes to paying invoices from small businesses.
29 May 2020: Government looks to financial markets to fund large-scale fiscal interventions in the economy
29 May 2020: COVID-19 will accelerate the changes to how we all work, and the doomsayers may have overplayed their hand, says PKF Francis Clark tax chief John Endacott.
29 May 2020: From bikes for the NHS to finance function digitisation, Brompton Bikes has continued to push forward despite the many challenges of coronavirus. George Hawkes-Dawson, the company’s head of finance, tells ICAEW Insights how.
28 June 2020: as the Italian economy emerges gradually from lockdown businesses are left counting the cost of the coronavirus crisis, with some sectors fearing they might never recover to pre-COVID levels. Mark Taylor reports.
28 May 2020: A total of 7,600 infections and 115 deaths amongst a population of 33 million is the result of Malaysian lockdown efforts and border closures, but the Malaysian Government’s next actions will be intrinsic to kick-starting the recovery.