As I was cringing through most of the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony this week I couldn’t help but think how I would respond in this blog to the wide selection of tax havens on parade.
AccountingWEB contributor Nick Huber wasn't sure what to think when he got an email asking about his perceptions of HMRC - for a minute or two, at least...
I got an email from HMRC a few weeks ago.
AccountingWEB is always seeking new and innovative ways to bring its members the latest content.
One of our latest developments is the addition of editor-presented podcasts, or as we like to call them, the 'Awebcast'.
Rachael Power reports from the dining room at Chartered Accountants' Hall this week, as Arthur Bailey takes command of the Starship ICAEW.
The editorial team at AccountingWEB can hardly believe it's June already! To kick the month off, here's the lowdown on what we'll be writing (or indeed speaking about, given our ramped-up video and audio work) during the next few weeks.
This was my second venture to the Taxation Awards during my time at AccountingWEB; an event I enjoy attending more each year, writes our social diary editor Rachael Power.
Each month, we aim to provide members with a snapshot of what they can expect to read, hear and see on AccountingWEB.
In May, we'll be covering some brand new and exciting areas, including:
Recently we’ve had an issue with site notifications not being sent. This has affected users who have normally received either instant notifications for activity on posts as well as hourly, daily and weekly reports.
Accountants are getting “misinformation” and “confusion” on auto enrolment coupled with a complete lack of engagement from The Pensions Regulator (TPR), AccountingWEB publisher Andy North told a packed room of pensions professionals last week.
While looking into pending consultations and possible Budget announcements, John Stokdyk has seen the tide turning in uncomfortable directions for the profession.