Insolvency partner expects more businesses falling into administration as retail group ends partnership with suppliers The post “Tsunami of insolvencies” likely as retail faces collapse appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 01 December 2020
Failure to assess workers correctly could lead to financial cost and talent loss The post Businesses take on risks due to IR35 preparation shortfall appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 27 November 2020
Quantitative easing and extended government support are vital for SMEs’ survival, but repaying their debt remains a challenge The post SMEs need more breathing space, but fear of accumulated debt remains appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 25 November 2020
The rise in corporation tax and uncertainty within the tax environment adds burden to UK businesses The post US based UK companies expected to face new tax challenges under Biden appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 24 November 2020
After months of high-pressure number crunching in the face of evolving guidance, for agents and HMRC alike furlough means a lot of work, writes Helen Thornley, ATT Technical officer The post Furlough means furlough appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 17 November 2020
CIIA says crisis stressed need for reform, but auditor warns timing could be wrong The post Pandemic accelerates need for audit reform appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 06 November 2020
SMEs remain resilient, but further government support could be crucial The post Lack of UK government support is “prolonging the agony” appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 29 October 2020
Tax partners say MTD’s goals still remain unclear The post Tax partners raise MTD queries appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 27 October 2020
Remote working, flexibility, and proper remuneration amongst the top incentives to retain staff, according to studies The post Employers to lose accounting talent if incentives aren’t applied appeared first on Accountancy Age.
Date: 23 October 2020
‘Relevant costs’ can be defined as any cost relevant to a decision. A matter is relevant if there is a change in cash flow that is caused by the decision. This podcast looks at the different kinds of costs that can be considered as either relevant or irrelevant, and then considers some specific examples that might be found in an exam question.
Date: 22 October 2020