On the bottom line
“Accountants are last into recession and first out,” goes the old adage
Accountants need to up their game
Profession may miss out on “fantastic” opportunity offered by auto enrolment
Public-sector taxes under fire
Public Accounts Committee criticises arrangements of some public-sector bodies - including the BBC
96% of SMEs unaware of RTI
The vast majority of SMEs have a limited understanding or are unaware of RTI
Crossing the audit threshold
Have smaller firms got the expertise and are they aware of potential pitfalls?
RTI: the proposed penalty regime
Steve Wade, director of tax and pensions at KPMG, looks at the proposed RTI penalty regime
The changes affecting pension, taxation and small business this month
Civil servants face tax probe
Thousands of civil servants face investigation over claims they reduced their tax payments
The politics of pricing
Are fixed fees the answer to accountants’ charging dilemmas, or do they present new problems?
1 in 4 firms unaware of PAYE change
Survey by the Federation of Small Businesses suggests 25% of companies are unaware of RTI revolution
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