Getting to grips with the General Data Protection Regulation
This guide is designed to help alleviate some of the fears that lie behind the inertia on data analytics. There is information about how to get started using the resources you already have or to find out about others, and case studies to show how using data analytics has helped some practices already.
Data analytics and big data
Python is the computer language of choice for accountants. Kirstin Gillon explores its data-handling and statistical capabilities, and Rick Payne describes learning to code.
25 February 2021: Fair and effective taxation in the single market continues to be hampered by insufficient sharing of tax information, according to a recent report issued by the European Court of Auditors.
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Data protection and privacy
Following the UK’s departure from the European Union, ICAEW Insights has the latest on how this affects GDPR and the sensitive issue of data protection.
When the transition period ends on 31 December 2020, the UK will become what is known as a ‘third country’ by the EU. This means UK organisations or individuals cannot assume they can continue to process the personal data of EU data subjects in the same way as now.
October 2020 update on data protection and Brexit – what you need to know and how to prepare your business.
A guide to the current position on transferring personal data to the US following the Schrems II judgement.
Excel tips on automatic processes from our expert Simon Hurst.
It is a common request among those that aspire to be great modellers, that they want to "learn" VBA. But just as knowing your debits and credits doesn't make you good at business, knowing VBA doesn’t make you good at modelling. It is more difficult, but more useful, to learn how to structure your models to reduce or eliminate the need for VBA altogether.
Hello all and welcome back to the Excel Tip of the Week! This week, we have a Developer post in which we’re going to look at a sort of meta-topic to accompany our ongoing exploration of VBA – specifically, how to keep your VBA code readable.
Finance in a Digital World
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