The relationship between the Big Four accounting firms and HMRC is far too close and threatens the integrity of UK tax policy, according to the Public Accounts Com
ICAS president Sir David Tweedie warned the audit profession it had reached a “tipping point” during an online Q&A
Update: The Competition Commission concluded that the domination of Big Four accountancy firms has an adverse effect on competition in the market for listed company audits.
Figures released in Accountancy magazine’s Top 60 table of UK firms buck the economy to grow their fee income by around 7%.
Well, we all agree that it is everyone’s right to arrange their tax affairs however they like in accordance with the law (actually lots of people don’t but let’s s
Parliament TV provided riveting viewing on Thursday morning as the heads of tax at the UK's Big Four firms testified before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
The Big Four heads of tax are live on Parliamentary TV now answering questions on tax av