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AI fraud and accountants
- 08 Sep 2023
Many predictions about AI taking our jobs have not yet materialised, but the threat of AI-driven fraud is a much more worrying development.
FCA consults on updated social media guidance
- 05 Sep 2023
An explosion in the use of influencers to promote financial products is under the spotlight after the FCA admits current advice has failed to keep pace with the evolution of social media.
New index helps brands avoid greenwashing and greenhushing
- 18 Jul 2023
Minding the ‘sustainability gap’ can help brands realise billions of pounds in untapped value, according to a study of differences between ESG perceptions and performance
Cryptoassets and the case for regulation
- 14 Jul 2023
Crypto regulation needs to focus on risk mitigation and developing trust in the market to encourage a virtuous cycle of adoption, investment and technological development that generates real value, argues Reuben Wales, Head of Financial Services at ICAEW.
Trial for agents to get HMRC’s response to old post
- 11 Jul 2023
HMRC is expanding the role of the agent account manager team, which will now assist with processing post that is more than 12 months old.
Are small retailers drowning in business rates?
- 10 Jul 2023
Retail was one of the industries hit hardest in recent years due to myriad changes, and they’re still struggling. Is regulation holding them back?
Commission bid to streamline ESRS unsettles special interest bodies
- 03 Jul 2023
Finance profession welcomes revised standards for buying companies time – but ESG thought leaders in civil society organisations weigh in with concerns and critiques.
ICAEW joins newly formed E-Commerce Trade Commission
- 19 Jun 2023
The E-Commerce Trade Commission will support small businesses to start or grow their export business.
New risks revealed in the traditional banking model
- 24 May 2023
Recent events highlight that there may be new risks at play in the dynamics and the speed with which banks can fail.
Big Four secure top-10 positions in brand value index
- 17 May 2023
The index has also turned attention to why mid-tier accountancy firms are not currently using brand better in order to elevate themselves above their competition.
What if I lose my training agreement?
- 26 Apr 2023
Losing your training agreement doesn’t have to mean the end of your ACA journey. There’s plenty of support available to help you continue on the path to qualification.
The power of LinkedIn to progress your career
- 20 Apr 2023
Want to stand out from the crowd? Personal branding expert Damilola Badmus offers tips on using LinkedIn to develop your personal brand.
Accountancy firms: unfulfilled branding potential
- 03 Apr 2023
A lacklustre performance by accountancy firms in the Business Superbrand rankings rings alarm bells. With current structural upheaval, the need to stand out from the competition is more important than ever.
What do early-year retail redundancies mean for the sector in 2023?
- 13 Mar 2023
Thousands of UK retail workers lost their jobs in the first two months of the year – what are the prospects for the sector as a whole for the rest of this year?
Using your payments strategy to drive business growth
- 03 Mar 2023
This article discusses the importance of developing your payment strategy, as 67% of payers will stop a purchase if they don’t like the payment methods you offer them.
Update to audit reports for branded medicines schemes
- 02 Mar 2023
The Department of Health and ICAEW have reviewed the audit reports required under the scheme to ensure they continue to comply with International Standards on Auditing (UK).
Bishop Fleming shares its 12-year carbon reduction story
- 25 Nov 2022
Ewan McClymont, Business Development Director at Bishop Fleming, outlines how the chartered accountancy firm has identified scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions through Net Zero Now.
The golden rules for making redundancies
- 03 Nov 2022
Dismissing employees is an art, not a science. Some bosses have mastered it well; others fail abysmally and – thanks to social media – very publicly. We consider six things to avoid when delivering bad news.
A new generation of accountants
- 01 Nov 2022
New Gen Accountants launched in 2018 with a mission to ensure that the accountancy profession accurately reflects the society we live in.
The popcorn business catering for an international appetite
- 21 Oct 2022
Never mind selling coals to Newcastle, Joe & Seph’s has found business growth in selling popcorn to the Americans – and others – as its export strategy pays dividends for the UK-based brand.
How can accountants channel Patagonia’s zeal for purpose?
- 19 Oct 2022
As the clothing brand strengthens its dedication to environmental causes, we look at what accountants could do to emulate its commitment.
ICAEW calls for UK crypto asset tax reform
- 20 Sep 2022
ICAEW highlights the difficulties taxpayers face in applying the current tax regime to crypto asset activity. It makes the case for a brand-new set of rules to apply in this area.
Why marketing is essential in a recession
- 05 Aug 2022
The marketing budget is often one of the first to be cut when an economic downturn hits. Anna Stella, CEO of BBSA Marketing, explains why such thinking is flawed.
ICAEW calls for improvements to EU e-commerce regime
- 02 Aug 2022
In its response to the EU Commission’s call for evidence on administrative cooperation and the fight against VAT fraud, ICAEW’s Tax Faculty focussed on the benefits of requiring a reduced number of VAT registrations within the EU.
Routes to success: the Level 7 apprenticeship
- 04 Jul 2022
Alex Collins, Senior Business Development Manager at ICAEW, explains what sets the Level 7 Accountancy Professional apprenticeship apart for students, and shares his top tips for success.
From student to partner, volunteering with ICAEW
- 01 Jun 2022
For budding volunteers looking to put their professional skills to good use, a voluntary role at ICAEW could be just the ticket.
ICAEW responds to consultation on proposed UK online sales tax
- 25 May 2022
Taxation of the digital economy and e-commerce transactions should be considered without reference to the debate around the imbalance of business rates for ‘bricks and mortar’ businesses, says ICAEW.
My ACA journey – the learning curve
- 04 Mar 2022
For audit trainee and ACA student Ashwini Poopalasingham, studying for and sitting her third Certificate Level exam turns out to be a far more positive experience.
Russia sanctions: reputational risk cannot be overstated
- 04 Mar 2022
In the light of international sanctions, ICAEW members are urged to look hard at any connections with Russia among their clients and perform careful due diligence.
Tweeting your way to success
- 20 Jan 2022
Twitter is well used as a tool for business, but how does it work for accountants? We speak to members of the accountancy Twitterati about using the social media platform to best effect.
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