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Viewpoints on the news during October 2020
Opinions and news analysis, covering the worlds of business and accountancy.
30 October: The end of October sees the transition into the next phase of UK government support for businesses and the self employed. ICAEW provides a reminder of key dates and deadlines.
30 October 2020: With nominations for ICAEW Council elections opening on 12 November 2020, President David Matthews has called on chartered accountants to bring their real-life experiences to the table.
30 October 2020: Cryptocurrencies represent the real-world implementation of Nobel Prize-winning economist Friedrich Hayek’s thesis for monetary systems, writes Stephen Lynch.
30 October 2020: Times of rapid change and unexpected crises create new and complex ethical challenges. Use these resources to help guide you.
30 October 2020: The US federal government spent $3.1tn more than it received in the year to 30 September 2020, more than three times the $1.0tn deficit incurred in 2019.
30 October 2020: The top technical stories featured on ICAEW Insights this month include updates to the self-employed and Job Support schemes, as well as a raft of Brexit planning guidance and audit updates and guidance.
30 October 2020: With artificial intelligence promising to be a gamechanger for accountancy, what’s the right approach for accountants looking to incorporate AI into the mix? Mark Blayney Stuart investigates.
30 October 2020: Cyberattacks on large businesses are becoming more sophisticated and widespread. We look at how different countries and industry sectors have been affected in recent years.
29 October 2020: Nigel Bostock, Chief Executive of Crowe UK and board member of Crowe Global, gives ICAEW a local, national and global perspective on the huge economic challenges that clients are facing