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The Big Four react to the UK general election 2019 result

  • 14,13,13,12,2019

As the UK wakes up to a landslide victory by the Conservative Party, in an election which saw the worst defeat for Labour since 1935, the UK’s Big... read more

The industry responds to the UK’s general election

  • 10,45,13,12,2019

As the UK wakes up to a Conservative Party majority following a landslide victory and the worst defeat for Labour since 1935, members of the... read more

Accountancy gender pay gap lagging by over 20%

  • 12,15,12,12,2019

Political parties have announced plans to achieve full pay equality in the UK by 2030, but the accountancy sector is lagging behind with a pay gap... read more

GRI launches toolkit to advance reporting on modern slavery

  • 13,06,10,12,2019

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the Responsible Labor Initiative (RLI), an initiative of the Responsible Business Alliance, has launched... read more

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Tax digitisation: revolutionary changes and challenges

  • 15,47,10,12,2019

At the Digital Accountancy Forum and Awards 2019, RSM UK associate director and VAT technology lead Tom Gilbert discussed a range of initiatives... read more

Impact reporting counting the cost of social value

  • 15,31,6,11,2019

Demonstrating a commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) is now an integral part of financial life. Chris Farrell, managing director at... read more

SFO co-operation: how far should you need to go?

  • 15,07,29,10,2019

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) published a five-page memorandum on Corporate Co-operation Guidance on 6 August 2019. It sets out what the SFO... read more

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Labour proposes additional tax of tech giants to fund free broadband

  • 10,52,20,11,2019

Last week UK Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn announced that he would make efforts to partly renationalise BT in order to provide free broadband for all, the cost he says would come from additional tax levied on the likes of giant tech corporations such as Facebook and Google. read more

Improving the landscape of whole of government accounts

  • 10,32,1,11,2019

IPSAS 42 filled a gap in the literature, providing much-needed guidance on social benefits spending, equivalent to 20% of GDP across all OECD countries. Alan Bermingham of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) reviews the significance of the new standard for the UK public sector. read more

is this #metoo and more for audit firms?

  • 14,52,23,10,2019

While the global conversation continues about the rising number of reports of sexual harassment inside and outside the workplace, James Roberts, partner, and Natalia Jeremiah, senior associate at Clyde & Co., find that scrutiny of how professional firms respond to these and other misconduct issues has increased. read more

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