Pandemic forces retailers to use CVAs, landlords cry foul

Business Pandemic forces retailers to use CVAs, landlords cry foul

1y Jeremy Chan

Pandemic forces retailers to use CVAs, landlords c...

Successive lockdowns have hammered retailers, with some turning to CVAs when landlords refuse to budge Read More...

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Budget 2021: Pandemic could trigger a review of UK tax policy

Big Four Budget 2021: Pandemic could trigger a review of UK tax policy

1y Amanda Tickel

Budget 2021: Pandemic could trigger a review of UK...

Timing is everything when it comes to tax rises says Amanda Tickel, Deloitte’s new head of tax policy Read More...

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Developing a mentally healthy workplace

Business Developing a mentally healthy workplace

1y Kirsty Lilley

Developing a mentally healthy workplace

Although the vaccination rollout signals new hope for recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, it is clear there is still some way to go and many chall...

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IR35: Tax dangers for accountancy firms

Business IR35: Tax dangers for accountancy firms

1y Michael Paulin

IR35: Tax dangers for accountancy firms

Michael Paulin, tax barrister and founder of Wolf IR35 Legal Services Read More...

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KPMG UK assembles most diverse board in its 150-year history

Big Four KPMG UK assembles most diverse board in its 150-year history

1y Aoife Morgan

KPMG UK assembles most diverse board in its 150-ye...

The Big Four firm has assembled the most diverse board of directors in its 150-year history following the departure of its former chairman and senior ...

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UK CMCs turn to tech in face of “make or break” fee price cap proposals

Business UK CMCs turn to tech in face of “make or break” fee price cap proposals

1y Aoife Morgan

UK CMCs turn to tech in face of “make or break” fe...

CMCs required to disclose key information to consumers Read More...

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IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focus

Budget IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focus

1y Aoife Morgan

IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focu...

Omni-channel retailers disadvantaged the most Read More...

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Insolvency figures mask dire reality for UK business

Brexit & Economy Insolvency figures mask dire reality for UK business

1y Tom Lemmon

Insolvency figures mask dire reality for UK busine...

Last year’s compressed corporate insolvency statistics conceal reality of the state of the UK economy Read More...

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KPMG chief economist: Negative interest rates ‘unlikely’ but government support key

Big Four KPMG chief economist: Negative interest rates ‘unlikely’ but government support key

1y Tom Lemmon

KPMG chief economist: Negative interest rates ‘unl...

ACCA adds that “fear indices” are still unusually high Read More...

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Post-Brexit sanctions: what you need to know

Accounting Firms Post-Brexit sanctions: what you need to know

1y Anne Davis | The Institute of Financial Accountants

Post-Brexit sanctions: what you need to know

By Anne Davis, Institute of Financial Accountants Read More...

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Autonomy auditors criticised in FRC investigation

Audit Autonomy auditors criticised in FRC investigation

1y Aoife Morgan

Autonomy auditors criticised in FRC investigation

Former Deloitte partners failed to act with “professional scepticism” Read More...

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Employment-related coronavirus tax reliefs

Business Employment-related coronavirus tax reliefs

1y Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Employment-related coronavirus tax reliefs

Over the last ten months a number of temporary exemptions have been introduced to prevent benefit-in-kind issues arising on coronavirus-related costs ...

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Report: High stakes for losers in Big Pharma vaccine race

Business Report: High stakes for losers in Big Pharma vaccine race

1y Leanna Reeves

Report: High stakes for losers in Big Pharma vacci...

UK-approved vaccine comes as great news for the country – and the pharmaceutical industry. But for those big pharmas without an answer to Covid 19, fa...

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Accountancy Age Resilience Awards 2020 winners announced!

Business Accountancy Age Resilience Awards 2020 winners announced!

1y Michael McCaw

Accountancy Age Resilience Awards 2020 winners ann...

It’s with great pleasure that we announce the winners of the 2020 Accountancy Age Resilience Awards. Given the difficulties faced by businesses ...

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SMEs need more breathing space, but fear of accumulated debt remains

Business SMEs need more breathing space, but fear of accumulated debt remains

1y Leanna Reeves

SMEs need more breathing space, but fear of accumu...

Quantitative easing and extended government support are vital for SMEs’ survival, but repaying their debt remains a challenge Read More...

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Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in payment processes that lead to business-wide damage

Business Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in payment processes that lead to business-wide damage

1y Sponsored | Modulr

Analysis: Research identifies inefficiencies in pa...

By Tom Kelly, strategic account director, Modulr Read More...

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2020: A year of change

Business 2020: A year of change

1y Sponsored | AJ Chambers Andrew Hilliard

2020: A year of change

By Andrew Hilliard, managing director, AJ Chambers Read More...

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Local TV industry crying out for skilled accountants

Business Local TV industry crying out for skilled accountants

1y Matt Gallagher

Local TV industry crying out for skilled accountan...

By Matt Gallagher, MD, thecallsheet.co.uk Read More...

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SEISS extension – not business as usual

Business SEISS extension – not business as usual

1y Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

SEISS extension – not business as usual

By Emma Rawson, Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) Read More...

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Consultants expecting insolvencies in wake of chancellor’s Winter Economy Plan

Business Consultants expecting insolvencies in wake of chancellor’s Winter Economy Plan

1y Tom Lemmon

Consultants expecting insolvencies in wake of chan...

Second lockdown could “destroy” hospitality sector, according to consultant Read More...

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Deloitte partners face £19m insolvency lawsuit

Big Four Deloitte partners face £19m insolvency lawsuit

2y Tom Lemmon

Deloitte partners face £19m insolvency lawsuit

Relationship between insolvency practitioners and banks under spotlight again Read More...

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HMRC’s crown preference scares away rescue finance lenders

Business Recovery HMRC’s crown preference scares away rescue finance lenders

2y Jeremy Chan

HMRC’s crown preference scares away rescue finance...

Companies will have more trouble raising funds with floating charges as HMRC’s preferential status puts off lenders Read More...

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Two-thirds of SMEs still don’t have a business plan

Business Two-thirds of SMEs still don’t have a business plan

2y Tom Lemmon

Two-thirds of SMEs still don’t have a business pla...

Latest SME Recovery Tracker by ACCA UK and the CFN shows worrying disparity between corporates and SMEs in fight against pandemic Read More...

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Voting open in the Accountancy Age Resilience Awards 2020

Business Voting open in the Accountancy Age Resilience Awards 2020

2y Michael McCaw

Voting open in the Accountancy Age Resilience Awar...

Accountancy Age aims to celebrate those who have smoothed passage during turbulent months Read More...

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High street brands restructure ahead of September storm

Business High street brands restructure ahead of September storm

2y Leanna Reeves

High street brands restructure ahead of September ...

Job cuts, CVAs, and online presence are top priorities for struggling high-street brands Read More...

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Q&A: Forensic Risk Alliance partners on data, sanctions, and new risks

Business Q&A: Forensic Risk Alliance partners on data, sanctions, and new risks

2y Leanna Reeves

Q&A: Forensic Risk Alliance partners on data, sanc...

Accountancy Age spoke to partners at the FRA to discuss how their role as forensic accountants was impacted by the crisis Read More...

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Delayed reaction: will the economic damage caused by the pandemic be known too late?

Business Delayed reaction: will the economic damage caused by the pandemic be known too late?

2y Christiaan Van Der Valk

Delayed reaction: will the economic damage caused ...

At the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, the impact on global businesses was unknown. But as the months tick by with continuing restrictions on bus...

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