The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has made a formal complaint against Mark Woodbridge, former group financial accountant of software supplier Torex Retail.
Most small and medium-sized enterprises are interested in using alternative finance to raise money but the fast-growing market will only fulfill its potential if accountants understand it bette
The government has promised to introduce tax relief for orchestras.
Draft legislation will be published in autumn 2015, with tax relief commencing from 1 April 2016.
More accountants are seeking help for mental health problems and stress, according to chartered accountants charity CABA.
A new criminal offence for assisting tax evaders and an increase in ‘accelerated payment notices’ for participants in tax avoidance schemes were among a £3.1bn package of measures against avoid
Accountants have been slow to use cloud technology, but it has good potential, experts said at The Cloud Conference
British American Tobacco has begun looking for a new auditor to replace PwC after using the Big Four firm since 1998.
Bank write-offs on loans to professional service firms are at their lowest since the credit crunch, according to a commercial financ
Ingenious Media has lost its legal appeal that HMRC had breached its duty of confidentiality and acted unlawfully by discussing the investment company’s controversial film investment schemes wi
HMRC has not returned disputed VAT paid by travel companies despite losing a key court case last year, a tax expert has said.