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A number of professional bodies and professional firms including the Big Four have joined together to develop the new professional accountancy standard, an apprenticeship scheme aiming at attra


A charge on large employers to fund three million apprenticeship schemes will be 0.5% of payroll costs and paid annually through their payroll, the government has 


Today’s lowdown also features Treasury plans to extend pension freedoms and news that the apprenticeship levy will hit public bodies.


The Chancellor revealed plans to increase the living wage and apprenticeship, which  will be seen as a boost for low paid workers and people looking to get into work.

One in four employers in finance and accounting offer apprenticeships and about half believe they provide faster career progression than a degree, a new survey reveals.

The government expects future growth to come from smaller businesses and as such targeted a large chunk of the

Apprenticeships are an increasingly important part of the government’s long term plan for improved workforce development and enhanced productivity in the UK, expla

Alex Miller takes a look at the drivers for the rising popularity of apprenticeships in the profession. ALEX MILLER reports


The accountancy sector is to be included in the latest government-backed apprenticeship scheme, business secretary Vince Cable has announced.