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.
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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.
ICAEW members raised a glass to dame Mary Keegan and Mervyn E. King this week at their annual dinner at Chartered Accountants’ Hall in central London.
The ICAEW will honour the government’s former top accountant with an outstanding achievement award next week. John Stokdyk offers his own commendation.
Who would have thought that attempts to reform the 60-year-old PAYE system would produce a week of such high drama, writes John Stokdyk.
AccountingWEB members regularly provide evidence of how stressful their lives can be in comments, blogs and Any Answers. Rachael Power looks at how practitioners are opening their eyes to the threat it poses.
With self assessment season out of the way for a few months at least, February's time to take a breather and reflect on the tax return whirlwind that just passed.