Risk management as we knew it has been catapulted by the ongoing pandemic, and accountants have been presented with an unmissable opportunity to reassess how they can add more value in this transformation. Rethinking Risk for the Future looks at the reality, from ACCA’s members’ points of view, about how COVID-19 has made them reassess […]
HMRC has conducted more than 12,000 investigations into the use of coronavirus support schemes, including the furlough scheme and the self-employed income support scheme. The tax authority has revealed that thousands of businesses are under investigation for coronavirus fraud following a freedom of information request from the law firm BLM. The 12,000 probes into the […]
The relative success of pandemic-era working from home could result in as many as six million white-collar jobs being moved overseas, Tony Blair’s think-tank has warned. The last year has loosened the geographical ties of work, argues a new report from the think-tank, that makes it possible “anywhere jobs” could be done overseas. The new […]
Fintech academic and chartered accountant Gavin Brown examines the advancements of the volatile crypto market and outlines what may lie in wait for accountants managing such decentralised currencies. Click on the image below to find out more.
A trio of lawmakers in the upper house of the UK parliament have lined up to launch an unprecedented attack on accounting policy issues. In the firing line was the new body charged with endorsing International Financial Reporting Standards for use in the UK, the International Accounting Standards Board’s planned new insurance liabilities accounting standard, […]