Nick Huber

A new type of integrated financial reporting benefits business and s


Tesco’s overstatement of profits is the latest example of an accountin


Corporate tax avoidance, tax rises, spending cuts and the deficit were debated this week at a Labour party conference event organised by the Chartered Institute of

The NAO has begin a public consultation on a draft code of practice for the audit of local public bodies.

A small children’s playgroup managed by volunteers has lost an appeal against penalties for filing its tax return late.


Deloitte’s appeal against part of the 'record' £14m fine for its business advice to collapsed car-maker MG Rover will start on 29 September, according to the

A new betting tax which has the potential to raise £300m, is due to start in December, despite the threat of a legal challenge from gambling companies.

Businesses who make and sell apps or provide digital services to consumers in the European Union will see their paperwork increase in January due to new legislation to counter tax avoidance, ex


The founder of Matlan has lost an appeal against a tax bill for tens of millions of pounds.


Sometimes bad economic news can be good news for taxpayers. A judge has ruled that the recession was a reasonable excuse for a family business to not pay a VAT bill on time.