Practice Regulation

01 Feb

What You Need To Know About Post-Brexit Sanctions

As 2021 marks the UK’s official divorce from the EU, new sanctions have now come into force that will require full compliance from all agents and accountants with the sanctions regime

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30 Nov

Companies Take On Possibilities Due To IR35 Preparation Deficit

Failure to assess workers correctly could lead to financial cost and talent loss.


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17 Sep

PRR: Effects On Your Clients

Helen Thornley, Technical Officer at the Association of Taxation Technicians explains the implications of the changes to private residence relief (PRR).


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21 Aug

IFRS To Effect Substantial Changes For The Lessee Accounting

IFRS 16 is fully effective for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2019 and brings about significant changes for lessee accounting - by Dom Longley, lead consultant for accounting solutions at Smith & Williamson.


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10 Jun

ICAEW - Firms House facts, a “huge hole in AML defences”

New research quantifies the extent of Companies House inaccuracy as the ICAEW urges the Treasury and BEIS to shore up defences.

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27 May

Interpretation to the IFRS 16 for 2019’s reporting period

In early 2016, the International Accounting Standards Board released the new lease accounting standard, 

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15 Jan

5 Answers To Why Your IFRS 9 Venture May Have Failed Already

Life is full of surprises – some good, and some not so good. From an accounting point of view, surprises are generally best avoided.

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23 Dec

How To Bring A Claim Of Sexual Misbehavior In The Place Of Work

Having to raise an allegation of sexual misconduct in the workplace will be one of the most distressing and stressful moments in anyone’s career.  The #metoo movement has undoubtedly emboldened people to raise con

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22 Dec

IFRS 16: Ways To Make Your House Is In Order Prior To January 2019 Deadline

New lease accounting standards ASC 842 and IFRS 16 are latest in a wave of significant regulatory change.

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03 Feb

HM Revenue And Customs Winning In 1.25bn Euros Value-Added Tax Conflict With Littlewoods

Concluding a 10-year prolonged legal struggle, the Supreme Court has decided HM Revenue and Customs doesn't need to cover Littlewoods £1.25bn in multiple interests.

The Supreme Court has decided HMRC won't have to cover retail firm Littlewoods £1.25bn with regards to Value-added tax overpayments, in the final outcome of a legal fight that has lasted more than 10 years.

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