Elliot Howard, a director at software solutions specialist Sopra Group, explains how the results of a new survey into credit collection processes signal a potential market opportunity for the accountancy profession.
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The letter box sounds, the post has arrived with the unsightly brown envelope from HMRC proudly sitting on the doormat, says Simon Boxall head of personal tax at Ward Williams.
Headlines around the Euro crisis have resurfaced with a vengeance in recent weeks, says Cognizant’s Tony Virdi.
Vincent Hill from First Vehicle Leasing reveals some of the tricks of the fleet car trade.
As a member of the IR35 Forum, Kate Cottrell had a ringside seat as the new business entity tests were devised. Here is her analysis of the latest episode in the IR35 saga.
On line retailers have been in the headlines for the rates of tax they are paying, but David Heaton suggests the tax avoidance axe grinders might not appreciate the full reality of taxing online cross-border businesses.
ICAS technical policy director James Barbour breaks ranks with the OTS and government over proposed small company accounting reforms.
Let’s stop the budget tittle-tattle on 50p tax and get down to the real issue – creating jobs, argues Richard Murphy
Accounting professor Prem Sikka puts forward research data that casts doubt on government plans for shareholder empowerment.