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News

HMRC drops Concentrix

Revenue decides to end tax credit contract six months earlier than planned

14 November 2016
News

NAO slams HMRC's contract with Concentrix

Report finds Revenue increased commission payments to firm and received less than one fifth of expected savings

17 January 2017
Opinion

Whistleblowers need protection

Legal reform is needed to afford whistleblowers greater legal protection, argues Paul Smethurst of CBW

10 January 2013
Technical

New regulations and how accountants can help clients

How can accountants help their clients stay within the law, asks Liz Loxton

8 May 2017
News

Barclays sued over mis-selling PPI

Bank faces a £1.1bn lawsuit by the credit card company CCUK Finance

24 May 2017
Features

How accountancy firms can prepare for Brexit

Chaman Salhan explores for options for business after Britain's departure from the EU

7 December 2016
Opinion

Law vital to the future of artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence has already transformed many lives but is set to have an even greater impact

18 October 2017
Opinion

The elusive benefits of flexible exchange rates

Flexible exchange rates do not cushion the economy from shocks, but they have other benefits

14 December 2017
Technical

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

27 July 2017
Features

Money laundering: keeping it clean

How proposed reforms will change the way firms act on any suspicions

6 October 2016

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