Tax and accounting professionals have backed most of the tax measures announced in the Queen's Speech, i
Audits of large listed companies are improving but there’s room for improvement, particularly for audit of companies outside the FTSE 350, the Financial Reporting Council says.
Legislation intended to promote investment in small and growing businesses could deter some investors from using them, the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has warned.
Mike Rake, president of the CBI and former chairman of KPMG, has said businesses should argue for the UK to stay in a reformed European Union.
Almost a quarter of UK accountancy firms say they are likely to take advantage of the economic recovery and increase client fees over the next year to boost profitability, according to research
Next faces a £22m tax bill after a court ruled that the retailer’s complex tax scheme was not a legitimate way to make dividend payments, HMRC has said.
Plans for a small business ‘conciliation service’ to resolve disputes over payments and a promise to cut bureaucracy by at least £10bn over five years are among the measures in the new Conserva
Lloyds Bank “artificially distressed” small business customers after they were transferred to a support unit as banks tried to strengthen their own balance sheets after the financial crisis, it