Irrespective of the agreement reached with the EU, businesses in the UK need to take action to prepare for the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020. As a trusted business adviser, there are some key steps you can encourage your clients to take to prepare for the changes ahead and to potentially identify new trading opportunities.
The latest issues concerning practices and sole practitioners.
The ICAEW Library is once more offering a loan service during restrictions.
In what has, and continues to be, a challenging period for auditors, ICAEW’s Technical Advisory Service highlights hot topics.
In what has, and continues to be, a challenging period for preparers of accounts, ICAEW’s Technical Advisory Service highlights hot topics.
As we approach a period of change for auditing standards, ICAEW’s Technical Advisory Service highlights a number of key revisions to International Standards on Auditing (ISAs) effective for periods commencing on or after 15 December 2019 and beyond.
As of July 2020, we have hit a tipping point where over half of the world’s population is now on Social Media, 51%. Therefore, if you are not building social media into your marketing plans, both at a company level, but more importantly at a personal level, then you are missing out. Alex Low, change consultant at DLA ignite, explains more.
Financial market changes will affect business loans and clients need to look at these changes now. LIBOR may sound technical but the changes will affect most businesses.
Inflo are launching a new capability in their product suite – Inflo Workpapers – to create the complete Digital Accounting platform. Created by accountants for accountants, Inflo’s expanded offering will unlock the true potential of technology within audit and accounting services. Fully leveraging the power of data analytics, automation and AI allows firms to perform services more effectively, to a higher standard of quality and delivering a more value to clients.
A rise in claims, in part driven by the Grenfell Tower disaster and the collapse of construction giant, Carillion, has seen professional indemnity insurance premiums increase and left fewer insurers willing to be involved in the PII market. For ICAEW members, there is a solution.
With COVID-19 continuing to impact businesses, The Pensions Regulator has launched a digital campaign targeting employers with the key message that an employer’s automatic enrolment duties remain unchanged, and that employers must continue to pay into their staff workplace pensions.