In our recent article 'Coronavirus - when to adjust the numbers and what to disclose in the accounts' our main focus was on entities with 2019 year ends. In this article we consider the implications for 2020 year-ends and outline the resources available which are designed to help you.
The latest issues concerning practices and sole practitioners.
As coronavirus continues to spread and more information comes to light about the nature of the virus and its impact, companies with 2019 and early 2020 year-ends need to consider how it affects their business and how the effects should be reported in the accounts.
ICAEW has updated its Engagement letters helpsheet. This resource provides guidance for practice firms on what to include in engagement letters for clients, together with sample wordings.
This week we see how it can help support your research on Intangible Assets.
If you find an error in a VAT return which has already been submitted, that error may result in a penalty unless it can be shown that it was not the result of careless or deliberate behaviour
Free access to Bloomsbury Professional Library for members. This article covers complex financial instruments.
Focused on igniting innovation, the aim for this year's Practice Conference was to inspire our 412 delegates to do something different to drive growth in their practice.
De-cluttering, healthy eating and saving money might be top of many personal new year’s resolution lists – but why not consider your professional resolutions, too?
All ICAEW members, affiliates, students and BFP holders have to comply with the Code of Ethics, as do ICAEW member firms.
How Bloomsbury can help support your research on the tests to apply for IR35.