Government corrects previous statements on the amount that employers can reimburse in relation to business mileage for the use of the employee’s own car free of income tax and national insurance contributions (NIC).
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Energy-efficiency regulation is just another compliance burden – or is it? Business & Management looks at the potential gains to be had from mandatory energy audits.
The CFO role has never been so powerful – or so challenging. Christian Doherty looks at what today’s CFOs are bringing to the job and what attributes the next generation needs to succeed.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation make the seemingly impossible possible. They magically bring machines to life – driving cars, trading stocks, teaching children or providing healthcare. In Prediction Machines, Avi Goldfarb and two fellow economists debunk this magical myth and recast the rise of AI as nothing more than a drop in the cost of prediction.
How did telecoms giant BT turbocharge its profits by cracking down on costs? Arthur Yu has the answer.
Better procurement used to mean just cutting costs, but today businesses find innovation and collaboration are the key to improved efficiency.
This BPM tool guide is one of a series produced for ICAEW by Professor Mike Bourne of Cranfield University.
This report covers activity based costing and forecast modelling as well as the management of staff expenses.
While the finance director can be a strategic business partner, they still need to keep a firm hand on the finances.