This week it’s been abundantly clear that accountants are ending up not just on one side of the courtroom but the other as both plaintiffs and defendants.
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The accountancy sector is growing, whether it’s firms either looking for more clients or clients looking for more accountants!
It’s tough being an accountant these days in the UK – and it doesn’t help that accountancy firms seem to find themselves in serious hot water all too easily.
It’s good news for the accountancy sector, as more and more reports are rolling in about how the next generation of accountants are launching their careers.
A recent survey has revealed that unpaid tax bills are one of the main reasons SMEs find themselves with cash flow difficulties.
Employers who have still to submit their end-of-year payroll returns to HMRC will shortly receive a letter warning them of the penalties for late filing.
An accounting firm in London has become involved in the tax row between the two main candidates for the job of London mayor.
Recent research by Randstad suggests that the number of temporary contracts is on the increase as accountants look to take control of their careers in these turbulent economic times.
Accountants who have still to come to terms with modern day methods are letting their small business customers down, according to a recent poll.
HMRC has decided that a former accountant who was found guilty of tax fraud has to pay back £2,462,175 within 10 months or have an additional eight years added to his prison sentence.