As the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, many people will assess how life is going, including looking at their relationships with January notorious, more so than any other month, as the time when many couples file for divorce, writes Helen Adams, director at BDO Tax dispute resolutions.
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It seems everyone is using the newer social networks these days, from Jamie Oliver on Instagram to Michelle Obama on Pinterest, says Kate Tyler of Shake Social
Improving purchase order processing can free up time, ensure budget holders have full visibility of their spend, and give FDs more time to spend across the business, says Invu CTO Stuart Evans.
“It takes a real poet of Wall Street to see what is essentially a stranger to stranger business as peer to peer (lending)”
The FCA and the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued fines of more than £2bn to Citibank, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, RBS and UBS on 12 November for manipulating FX benchmark rates, while investigations continue in relation to
When it comes to budgeting, currency is often something your clients may have overlooked, writes Alex Edwards, head of corporate desk at UKForex.
While Twitter is a social media tool that is growing in popularity, some accountants are yet to realise the potential of LinkedIn for marketin
With less than 30 working days until UK GAAP is dramatically altered, accountants have to get up to speed to prevent being non-compliant or risk failing their clients, writes IRIS CEO Phill Robinson.
Head of Tax at RJP LLP Lesley Stalker asks, since when did paying less tax become morally questionable?