The Chancellor was forced to admit in his fourth Budget that the economy will grow by just 0.6% this year - half the 1.2% estimated at the time of the autumn state
AccountingWEB editor John Stokdyk sets the scene for the annual Budget ritual on AccountingWEB.
Eight in 10 entrepreneurs are optimistic about their own business prospects for the coming year and half of this group are ‘very optimistic’ about the next 12 mont
News that the economy has come out of recession and that we are seeing some surprisingly strong growth is clearly very good news, explains CABA chief executive Kath Haines.
Alex Miller investigates whether the financials of the London Olympics will add up as well as the sporting success enjoyed over the summer.
Whatever the macroeconomic analysts are saying this month, the Association of International Accountants (AIA) found from a survey of its members that life is still tough for small businesses.
The UK’s services sector, which includes accounting firms, had the biggest increase in activity for five months in August, new data shows.
The Chairman of The Corporate Finance Network has today written a blog appealing to be noticed by the government. She says the new Funding for Lending scheme won't work and ENOUGH IS ENOUG