Beyond the numbers
The 14 September deadline for the EU Payments Service Directive's regulations is fast approaching, with more organisations ready to make the required changes.
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Etoro explain whether cryptoassets acquired are likely to be considered taxable by HMRC.
Merrill April, partner, and Harriet Riddick, associate, at CM Murray explain how gender discrimination at senior executive level can be a thing of the past.
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It has been a busy week for the large accountancy firms, which has seen Grant Thornton quitting Sports Direct leaving the retail giant in audit-limbo, PwC has won the job of managing the remaining Northern Rock assets, Deloitte were reported to the FRC, and KPMG ousted their head of UK consulting.
HMRC fines targeting multinational enterprises have increased dramatically over the past two years under new regulations.
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While university acceptance and A-level results have declined, a significant amount of school leavers are joining onto accountancy apprenticeships.
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Howlader & Co discusses the purpose, rules and operating of payroll, PAYE deadlines, using payroll information and how to stay secure
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In the final part of the series, Mazars' UK Head of Audit, Bob Neate, talks about the future of audit and how reform to the sector will come about.
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