An accountant and former employee of lingerie company MJM international (now Ultimo Brands International) is suing his ex-employer for constructive dismissal and is seeking £20,000 compensation
It's unbelievable , honestly . The 3 main parties are all united in their opposition to Scotland using the £ in the event of a "yes" vote .
The Scottish government will “extend and focus” research and development (R&D) tax relief in the event of a 'yes' vote o
The principles underpinning international financial reporting standards (IFRS) need to be more practical and easier to understand, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) has
A new accounting firm in Glasgow, established by a group of former RSM Tenon partners, has experienced rapid growth in the first three months of operation.
With only eight months to go until the referendum on Scottish independence, tax is becoming one of the main issues in the campaigns for both sides.
A round-up of significant executive moves, announcements and other developments from the world of practice during December 2013. c
Taxes in Scotland could rise by £1,000 per person per year if it leaves the UK, the British government has claimed, after the
A group of six former RSM Tenon partners have won a court battle in Scotland that will allow them to set up their own practice in Glasgow.