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Companies still confused by apprenticeship levy

A quarter of companies still don't know how the apprenticeship levy works

2 October 2017
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HMRC prosecutes 1,135 tax offenders

The Revenue has exceeded its prosecution target over the last two years thanks to a crack down on tax evasion

29 September 2017
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Father of insider-trading banker barred

The SEC gives Robert K Stewart, the father of a JPMorgan investment banker guilty of insider trading, a lifetime officer-and-director bar

29 September 2017
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Consumer confidence boost defies predictions

Consumer confidence rises, contrary to commentator’s expectations

29 September 2017
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Changes to IFRS post-Brexit risk scaring investors, says ICAEW

ICAEW says the UK should continue to apply internationally accepted accounting standards after Brexit

29 September 2017
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Cryptocurrencies a headache for police

UK police force does not have the knowledge or expertise to handle crime related to cryptocurrencies, experts warn

29 September 2017
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EU accounts signed off as true and fair

The auditors’ opinion of the regularity and legality of EU spending has been adverse since 1994 until now

29 September 2017
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Movers & shakers

A round-up of this week's appointments, promotions, board moves and resignations

29 September 2017
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Accountants work too much, study warns

Accountants are putting in too much overtime, with one in 10 working seven days a week

28 September 2017
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Big Four partners top women in business champions lists

KPMG's Melanie Richards and Deloitte's Rana Ghandour Salhab head inaugural FT and HERoes rankings

28 September 2017

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