Grant Thornton to lay off up to 60 staff
Grant Thornton UK plans to make 50 to 60 staff redundant as restructuring plan implemented
UK properties worth £100bn registered in tax havens
More than 87,000 properties across England and Wales are owned by anonymous companies registered overseas
KPMG faces Patisserie Valerie shareholder suit
Shareholders are looking to gain access to a forensic analysis from Big Four firm PwC conducted in the wake of the accounting scandal
EY appointed as Interserve administrators
The construction services company is expected to hand its assets over to lenders
US watchdog finds fault with EY and RSM
But PwC and Crowe have both passed the latest audit quality testing unscathed
SEC sues Volkswagen over emissions scandal
SEC charges former CEO of Volkswagen, the group and two subsidiaries with misleading investors
Gloomy outlook prevails for UK economy
ICAEW downgrades UK growth forecast to 1.3% in light of global slowdown and continuing doubts about Brexit
Accountancy onwards: how to unleash your leader
What are the requirements of top leadership roles and how can they best be met?Opinion
Why better tax collection will benefit developing countries
Developing countries are only able to raise a small share of taxesOpinion
IR35 consultation: overcomplicated legislation and little time
Do small private companies need to implement IR35 rules or not?Opinion
How new employment laws can increase worker financial security
The government’s Good Work Plan aims to improve conditions and stabilise pay for agency, zero-hour and other atypical workersOpinion
Debate: will autonomous cars make the roads safer?
A number of experts, business groups and firms discuss the safety and risk of automated vehiclesOpinion
Tales from the frontline: Piyush Gudka
Ahead of completing his 100th marathon, the chartered accountant talks about the true value of raising money for charityOpinion
Growing in a way that benefits everyone
Vandana Saxena Poria OBE talks about encouraging alternative ways of learning in the profession
Day in the Life: BrewDog CFO Jason Marshall
Jason Marshall tells why he switched from Coca-Cola to an anarchic organisation that’s “happy being scrappy”
Will audit face a watershed moment?
Might landmark reviews into the audit market and its regulation herald a watershed moment for the profession?
Putting technology into practice
How accountants in practice can make the most of digital developments
Practice Q&A: GDPR and charity regulation
Experts answer your questions on data breaches, GDPR security and reporting to charity regulators
Is the security whitepaper sensible or risky?
Is the government’s white paper on national security and investment a deterrent to investors?
More might for the good fight
What more could governments and finance professionals do to combat money laundering?
Practice Q&A: wellbeing and suspected criminal activity
A panel of experts answer questions on wellbeing, suspected criminal activity and a tricky accounting calculation
The benefits of getting enough sleep
Getting your eight hours is far more beneficial than you may be aware