ICAS president Sir David Tweedie warned the audit profession it had reached a “tipping point” during an online Q&A
A London-based ICAS member has been expelled from the Institute and ordered to pay costs of £3,500 for professional misconduct.
The introduction of Real Time Information (RTI) for operating PAYE will mean that all employers, apart from some of those with more than 5,000 employees, will join
Designing a tax system for an independent Scotland would be “complex and expensive”, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland has said.
The Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) has struck off a former Ernst & Young partner “as a formality” after the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) found him guilty of fr
The annual Budget creates short-termism according to Derek Allen, the director of tax at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS).
For the past 10 months since he retired as IASB chairman, Sir David Tweedie has been keeping a low profile.
ICAS technical policy director James Barbour breaks ranks with the OTS and government over proposed small company accounting reforms.
Welcome to a new type of annual report – short, interesting and waffle-free.
A British MEP has criticised the “ostrich mind-set” of the Big Four firms in response to European Commission proposals to improve the audit market.