Nick Huber

The Irish Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board (Carb) has deferred any investigation into the conduct of KPMG as auditors of Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) until after the end of a

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has welcomed signs that the City is taking a longer-term view of its performance.

The UK’s smallest businesses can choose to file simplified accounts online after a European Union directive, HMRC


A recent ruling by a tax tribunal that extended the “cultural” VAT exemption to cover admission fees from cinema screenings could help charities raise money, an accounting firm said.


More than 250 people a day are tipping off HMRC about suspected tax avoidance by ex-partners, former bosses and neighbours.


A chartered accountant has been reprimanded and fined for not sending forms to certify his compliance with requirements for continuous professional development (CPD).


The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has started to fine employers for not complying with new workplace pension


The number of companies facing sanctions for breaching new rules on automatically enrolling workers into pension schemes 


Two Forumla One racing teams have gone into administration in the past three days.