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Housing associations, charities, and financial services companies who rely on temporary staff could pay millions of pounds more in VAT charges to recruitment agencies after HMRC said it would disre


The recession meant that many senior-level finance professionals focused their efforts on up-skilling and broadening their experience, rather than looking for new roles in lean times.

By now you will have read Finola McManus’ series of articles and have a business plan, a marketing pl

Applications for KPMG’s school leaver programme have gone live after more than 5,000 people registered their interest in the ever-expanding initiative.

Recruitment firm Robert Half has revealed that ICAEW chartered accountants working in business are more confident about career prospects compared with a year ago.

Innovative CIMA fellow Alec Reed has this week received a Knighthood for services to business and charity.

It will come as no surprise to the accountancy community that social media is now an integral part of the profession and has an increasing role in the job hunting process.

Recruitment firm Robert Half has revealed the top jobs in accountancy along with news that salaries within the profession are set to return to pre-recession levels this year.

KPMG is developing a new school leavers’ programme that will see the firm paying the full university and professional tuition fees of successful candidates.

Accountancy is faring well during the economic downturn with demand for staff up significantly year-on-year and competition fierce for new recruits.