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  • Spending report gives insight into 2019 business spending

    Looking at spending patterns of more than 1000 Spendesk users in 35 European countries, making 800,000 transactions totalling over €120million, the ‘Spend Trends Report 2019’ shows some interesting business spending trends. The post Spending report gives insight into 2019 business spending appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 18 July 2019

  • PwC accountant caught with 1700 upskirting images on phone

    ‘High flying’ Leon Chan, 24, was spotted by a security guard in Topshop on Oxford Street acting suspiciously, loitering around women with his iPhone on New Years Day. The post PwC accountant caught with 1700 upskirting images on phone appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 17 July 2019

  • Charity tax reforms could unlock a wave of giving

    A raft of proposals from a group led by a former Inland Revenue chairman would give a much-needed overhaul to UK charity tax relief The post Charity tax reforms could unlock a wave of giving appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 17 July 2019

  • IR35 – HMRC scrutinising where TV presenters stand and choice of clothes for tax purposes

    The BBC recently estimated that up to 800 of its TV presenters could be challenged by HMRC over their employment status The post IR35 – HMRC scrutinising where TV presenters stand and choice of clothes for tax purposes appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 17 July 2019

  • Two new partners join UHY Hacker Young’s London office

    Brian Johnson and Neela Chauhan join Restructuring & Insolvency and Private Client Tax teams The post Two new partners join UHY Hacker Young’s London office appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 16 July 2019

  • Brexit fails to slow Haines Watts

    Haines Watts has released its latest financial results, with the firm recording a second consecutive year of double-digit growth, taking their turnover to £96m The post Brexit fails to slow Haines Watts appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 16 July 2019

  • The evolution of the European tax and accounting landscape

    Henri Van Engelen, managing director of tax and accounting, Europe, for Wolters Kluwer, shares his thoughts on some of the trends shaping the sector The post The evolution of the European tax and accounting landscape appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 16 July 2019

  • Firm launches new AI tool to help businesses with IR35

    The new tool will use AI to undertake status assessments of workers, and will help organisations prepare for impending legislative changes coming in April 2020 that are set to increase tax obligations in respect to contractors. The post Firm launches new AI tool to help businesses with IR35 appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 15 July 2019

  • Draft code launched in bid to reduce risk of corporate collapses

    The Internal Audit Code of Practice aims to create an internal audit industry standard and boost the ‘status, standards, scope and skills’ of internal audit The post Draft code launched in bid to reduce risk of corporate collapses appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 15 July 2019

  • RSM’s China expansion to result in 40% growth

    A Chinese member firm of RSM is currently finalising a merger with a significant part of another leading firm in China The post RSM’s China expansion to result in 40% growth appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 15 July 2019