Tesco compensation scheme launched
Investors who were caught up in the supermarket’s accountancy scandal can now make their claims
Trump hotel receives huge tax relief
The Trump Turnberry resort receives property tax rates relief of £110,000 as part of a Scottish business rates bailout
Staircase tax changes hurt SMEs
Thousands of SMEs are getting business rates hikes due to staircase tax changes
50% top tax rate no guarantee of higher tax take, says IFS
50% rate hike in 2010 saw top taxpayers shift £18bn ahead of implementation
Berkshire top destination for millionaire house-hunters
Six small towns in Berkshire are home to more millionaires than anywhere else in the UK
FRC gets “flexible and focused” in technicolour
FRC responds to stakeholders' complaints and relaunches its website
FRC executive counsel defends role of audit
Auditors are an important piece in the jigsaw of investor protection, according to Gareth Rees
Campbell says "buzzwords" won't help drive productivity
ICAEW's Ross Campbell calls for Philip Hammond to end inaction and use of “empty promises” and “buzzwords”
HMRC wins majority of tax avoidance cases
The Revenue won almost all its litigation cases this year
Planning for Korean Reunification
Lee Jong-Wha considers many eventualities on the Korean Peninsula, and in particular, a peaceful unificationOpinion
Japan's "Land of Opportunity"
Hiroshi Mikitani argues that to encourage economic growth, Japan needs to embrace integrationOpinion
Is Trump Killing the Dollar?
Is president Trump's inflammatory international diplomacy risking the reputation of the dollar as a safe option?Opinion
A Regulatory Race to the Bottom?
Is the FCA proposal too relax listing conditions for state owned enterprises a good thing?Opinion
Why is wage growth so sluggish?
Subdued wage growth is an issue as UK households face a sustained squeeze on incomesOpinion
Is UK corporate governance ahead of the curve?
Since the Brexit vote and the snap election, talk of governance reform has somehow quietenedOpinion
Technology and business
From Artificial Intelligence to cyber-security to the future of work – a team of finance leaders and tech experts tackle the big questions facing business
Why IFRS 16 will radically impact the retail sector
The sector is shaping up for some considerable changes with the introduction of the new leasing standard, as Caroline Biebuyck finds out
How Trump's economic policies will impact the US and beyond
Since his inauguration, Donald Trump has set about making his country a true powerhouse once again. But will it work? David Adams investigates
Is GDP still a valid metric?
As digital business and truly global companies affect the way the Office for National Statistics manages the numbers, Paul Wallace asks if GDP is still relevant
Best practice: the benefits of flexible working
In the latest of our series, Xenia Taliotis looks at how an elastic approach to office hours can be a tool both for recruiting and retaining staff
Fear, loathing and IR35
Reforms that put employment assessment in the hands of public sector bodies have made this controversial legislation even more of a hot topic
Weighing up changes to IAASB standards
As the IAASB considers whether changes are required to international standards for agreed-upon procedures, how does this affect accountants undertaking such engagements?
The challenges of keeping your surveillance systems up to date
Market, regulatory and commercial changes demand such systems are regularly updated and do not negatively affect day-to-day operations. Paul Golden reports
Things to do over the bank holiday weekend
Some inspiration for how best to spend the long weekend at the end of the month
Restaurants with big ideas for little eaters
Neil Davey explores the best places to eat that take a grown-up attitude to feeding the kids
The best left-field holidays that the kids will love
Forget Tenerife, Tuscany and Orlando – this year, why not treat the children and yourselves to a holiday that’s miles removed from the ordinary?