Accountants in London might want to consider following the lead of their counterparts in South Yorkshire and offer free advice to small business owners.
Review Period: May 2013
Accountants in London may be interested to learn that HMRC is planning to tackle companies that pay interns less than the national minimum wage.
Accountants in London may be interested to learn that City bankers are joining a police fraud unit to help fight the war against economic crime.
Accountants in London may be interested to learn that HMRC is going to alter its policy for sending out penalty notices to employers who make late monthly payments.
Contractor accountants may be interested to learn that the National Institute for Economic and Social Research has suggested that the UK may be slipping back into recession.
Leaked documents reveal that Christmas came early to Goldman Sachs last year after HMRC let the company off paying the £10 million interest it owed on a tax avoidance scheme.
Maybe accountants in London should consider following the lead of ICAS and go on a charm offensive.
The advent of cloud computing has had the most profound impact on finance professionals, such as accountants in London, according to the CEO of Netsuite, Zach Nelson.
Accountants in London may be interested to learn that fast food retailers in the Capital are facing a grilling from HMRC after suspicions were raised that some are cooking the books as well as the food.
Accountants in London may be interested to learn that the National Audit Office has discovered that HMRC has sound governance in place when it comes to managing tax disputes with large organisations.