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Accountants received salary increases of 10.3% last year

Research by Marks Sattin shows that, in the last 12 months, accountants have received salary increases in excess of seven times the national average.

HMRC backtracks on plan to abolish P45s

Accountants may be interested to learn that P45 forms are to remain with us even when HMRC changes to Real Time Information.

Accountants expect salary and bonus increases this year

Accountants are confident that salaries and recruitment will pick up this year, according to recent research from Morgan McKinley.

Accountant jailed for 16 months after stealing from employer

An accountant from Norfolk was recently jailed for 16 months after he admitted stealing tens of thousands of pounds from his employer.

Employers reluctant to award salary increases last year

Contractor accountants who did not enjoy a rate increase last year may take solace from the fact that a large majority of permanent employees either did not receive a pay rise or had their salary cut in 2011.

Have contractor accountants received pay rises this year?

A new survey from Robert Walters shows that 50% of accountants have received a salary increase this year. Of those who have seen their salary rise, 41% received an increase in excess of 5%.

Accountants need more health related benefits

63% of accountants feel their employer should be doing more to support their health and wellbeing, according to research findings from Sovereign Health Care.

HMRC staff are set to strike again later this month

A spokesman for the PCS union is calling on accountants to support HMRC employees when they strike at the end of this month.

Will accountants leave the UK to escape high taxes?

Accountants in London might be interested to learn that UHY International thinks that UK high earners may leave the UK to escape the country’s high tax rate.

Real incomes decline for the first time since 1981

Last week, the ONS reported that real disposable incomes fell by 0.8% in 2010. The figure, based on what people have left after taking taxes into consideration, shows the first decline in ‘real’ incomes since 1981.