Jennifer Adams looks back at the administrative issues that caused the most grief in 2011 and sets the scene for the year ahead.
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It’s that doleful time of the year for many accountants when the world around you becomes obsessed with booze, party frocks and bad TV - and all you’ve got to look forward to are long days and nights juggling accounts, dividend statements and clients’ Self Assessment tax returns.
The Chancellor's autumn statement was fun while it lasted. Afterwards were were left with a haze of growth-stimulting spending commitments and, with a few exceptions, a dearth of detailed tax announcements. John Stokdyk looks back.
It’s been a staggered start for Google+. First, membership was restricted to invite-only for a lucky few; next, personal pages were made available to everyone in June; and finally, after a tumultuous relationship, Google last week unveiled its brands and business pages.
AccountingWEB founder and “Prudent Surfer” Ben Heald this week published a blog examining the major shifts taking place in accountancy publishing. This is an extract of his thoughts.
The latest developments in the accountancy publishing industry are rather intriguing.
In her recent round of tax lectures, Rebecca Benneyworth warned that reforms to the penalty system brought in by the Finance Act 2011 have taken away two of the profession’s favourite s
Following recent recurring issues with banned members creating multiple accounts on AccountingWEB, we've made some small revisions to our procedures to help combat potentially malicious profiles from appearing on the site.
A leaked copy of EU internal market commissioner Michel Barnier’s audit reform law has ignited all the same old arguments. AccountingWEB editor John Stokdyk sets the scene for the debate that will follow when the law is officially unveiled next month.
David Cameron seems to have come back from holiday with a renewed determination to eliminate red tape. John Stokdyk reports on how this reforming zeal brought about the demise of one unpopular tax proposal.