Ahead of the Consumers Rights Act coming into effect from 1 October, John Clement gives some pointers on what advisers in practice or industry should be aware of and what actions need to be considered.
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Compliance is key
Sustainability, carbon footprinting and green initiatives are often associated with either personal efforts to recycle and buy organic or with big businesses and regulation. However there is often one key group in our economy that gets largely ignored – small businesses.
Andrew Finn, Wax Digital’s finance director, discusses how finance should seek to improve its working relationship with procurement.
Excise taxes typically contribute about 10% of annual government funds.
Mario Spanicciati, Executive Director EMEA of financial automation software company BlackLine, discusses the accuracy of financial data.
Encompass founder and CEO Wayne Johnson explains how accountancy firms can add value to
Chris Maule, CEO and founder of UK Bond Network, discusses the significance of covenants in every transaction to ensure that investors get the best gains possible.
John Butcher discusses the role procurement can play in ensuring the CMO and CFO can attain control over digital expenditure.
The Chancellor’s Budget clampdown on tax avoidance looks to punish contractors through extra measures being placed on IR35 and the changes to dividend tax, says Seb Maley of Qdos.