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Three Deloitte partners have been referred to the ICAEW in relation to a potential conflict of interest in their role as administrators to the collapsed High Stree


A round-up of the latest news, executive moves and acquisitions from the world of practice during July 2014.


There's just over a week left for entrepreneurs to get their entries into one of Britain's longest-running small business competition, The Pitch. 

Simon Hurst, one of the members who worked to assemble the publication, examines ICAEW's 20 principles for good spreadsheet practice.


Over the past month or two, the most of the leading accountancy bodies have sworn in new presidents for 2014. Here's your chance to find out more about them.


An ICAEW member has been banned for two years and fined £1,950 for a number of offences, including repeatedly failing to answer correspondence.


It seems the new ICAEW president isn't the only practitioner who has

The closure of HMRC's 281 walk-in tax enquiry centres at the end of June may mean so


Rachael Power reports from the dining room at Chartered Accountants' Hall this week, as Arthur Bailey takes command of the Starship ICAEW.


Last year Sage’s Omnibus and annual Pulse research demonstrated that accountants were considered the most trusted source of business advice to sm