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Despite the UK’s bleak economic outlook, businesses in the professional services sector are poised for growth, with 50% planning to expand in the next 12 months, according research from the Barclay

A study by accounting and financial services group Smith & Williamson has revealed that 6% of AIM listed firms maintained their ‘going concern’ status in year end accounts up to 31 December 200

Media reports indicate that the recession will be over in 40 days but it’s not quite that simple, reports Gina Dyer.

Bosses must take notice of warning signals that could indicate problems ahead for their business, argues Clive Lewis, head of enterprise at ICAEW.

An unexpected return to economic growth in France and Germany during the second quarter has boosted confidence in Europe and ignited hopes that the worst of the recession may be over in Europe.

Mark Robins, associate director of Morgan Hunt Recruitment details how to turn a threat into an opportunity.

Caroline Worboys, MD of Callcredit Marketing Solutions, reveals why consumers are still in desperate need of sound financial advice and why accountants should lead the way.

Figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) today revealed that the economy did not perform as well expected in the three months to June.

CIMA’s new president Aubrey Joachim talks to AccountingWEB.co.uk deputy editor Gina Dyer about the recession, professional ethics, and why accountants should be seen less as ‘bean counters’ and

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Roland Seddon, regional director at Hays Senior Finance, offers advice on how accountants can progress their careers during the downturn.

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