Jonathan Amponsah summarises the key changes for 2009 and outlines best practice procedures for accountants preparing returns for clients this year.
Finance leaders put forward ideas for an early warning system at the International Monetary Fund’s annual meeting in Istanbul recently.
SMEs will have to pass more rigorous tests to demonstrate their creditworthiness in future, and accountants will have a crucial part to play in influencing lender decision making, according to a gl
Innovative high growth businesses will get help from a new £1bn 'national investment corporation', said the prime minister in a speech at the Labour Party Conference today.
Many firms are using the economic crisis as an excuse to stop incentivising staff, but this is a fatal mistake, says Paul Bridle.
David Lewis advises how SMEs can guard against fraud during the recession.
Firms should be focussed on plugging their skills gaps in order to survive the recession, says Julie Allen of Vantis.
The G20 ended on a tougher note than expected last week, as prime minister Gordon Brown declared that the recession was far from over, and world leaders remained committed to maintaining financial
World leaders were close to agreeing on a new system to prevent a return to unbalanced economic growth.
A severe clampdown on bankers’ pay should be reinforced with the threat of sanctions, warned ministers from the European Union at this week’s G20 summit.