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The time accountants spend commuting into work is worth more than £14,000 a year – nearly 20% of the average accountant's salary.


Pension PlayPen will give a leg up to anyone who’s trying – even some clapped out old bank that lost the trust of its customers long ago.

Although we have seen a fair amount of change during the year there are a couple of matters left to be dealt with which happen today.

If you’re reading this article then there’s quite a good chance you’re already fairly familiar with at least the concept of human resource accounting.

Tension between younger and older workers in UK businesses may weaken growth, according to a


Mark Lee talks to Stephen Harvard Davis about best practice when accountancy firms recruit new partners and what to do if the appointment goes wrong.


Talent retention promises to be one of the biggest challenges facing management, writes Jo Larbie, co-author of

“Accounting and people are not terms that usually sit easily with each other,” says Robin Roslender, Professor of Accounting & Finance at Dundee University, who has been working on the developm


Has anyone had experience of implementing the iComply Bribery Act software within their practice?