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Insolvency litigators turning to third party funding

It is a common misconception that trading whilst insolvent is an offence and one for which directors are personally liable

13 November 2017
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The real risk to the global economy

One of the mysteries of today’s global markets is their irrepressible enthusiasm, even as the world around them appears on the verge of collapse

13 November 2017
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Tension revealed between rock stars and the tax man

It’s hardly surprising that the latest international tax avoidance scandal – the Paradise Papers – should feature rock stars in its cast

9 November 2017
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Fake news and biased news

While much attention has been devoted to fake news, another danger is emerging: biased news

9 November 2017
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How to become a film and TV accountant

SPONSORED CONTENT: Become a production accountant for film & TV in a year with NFTS and the Production Guild

9 November 2017
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Europe in the time of Trump

The transatlantic alliance is under severe strain and risks terminal decline

8 November 2017
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Risks on the horizon for accountants

Four risk areas that RPC accountant clients say are bothering them, or RPC think ought to be bothering them, over the coming year

8 November 2017
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Nothing natural about the natural rate of unemployment

Why is unemployment so low in countries where inflation remains subdued?

8 November 2017
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A federal Spain in a federal Europe

A political vision is needed, and it can only be of a multicultural, multilingual, federal state embedded in a multicultural, multilingual, and federal Europe.

8 November 2017
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Merkel must form a coalition

Analysts from Oxford Economics consider the role of Germany's chancellor Anglea Merkel in avoiding a major political upset

31 October 2017

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