Slowed down with paper-heavy processes? The transition to digital has had a monumental effect on business productivity – download to find out why more audit firms are letting go of paper and what it could do for your client relationships.
Company: IRIS | Published: 14 October 2015 | Business Area: Audit and Assurance
Managing expenses is complicated – and requires deep knowledge and expertise. For an organisation to attempt to cover all the bases internally, it may be more expensive than it thinks.
Company: Concur | Published: 09 June 2015 | Business Area: Business Performance Management
Finance and IT departments are under pressure to improve transaction processing and period close efficiency, while ensuring adequate controls and compliance procedures remain in place. This article highlights 4 key reasons why FinancialForce.com makes compliance and the audit process more efficient.
Company: FinancialForce.com | Published: 27 November 2014 | Business Area: IT Products and Reviews
In this webcast, Paul Brace, Head of Business Development - Audit and Accounts at Wolters Kluwer UK, explains how the right software can improve efficiency, bring greater consistency and reduce risk when performing audits.
Company: Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting UK | Published: 13 November 2014 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting
The IAASB is proposing to revise ISA 720 to reflect that there have been a number of developments in the corporate reporting environment. This paper has been prepared to assist those seeking to understand the implications of the proposals in the IAASB's exposure draft of ISA 720 (revised).
Company: Financial Reporting Council | Published: 24 April 2013 | Business Area: Financial Reporting
This is Mazars' response to the interim report of the Market Participants Group "Choice in the UK Audit Market". The group was convened by the Financial Reporting Council to advise on the risks arising from the highly concentrated market for audit services to UK public interest entities.
Company: Mazars | Published: 22 November 2012 | Business Area: Audit and Assurance
Following an ICAEW audit registration committee review, auditors are no longer able to have any direct involvement in the preparation of the tax provision included in the figures they audit for AIM fully listed and listed companies. This article explains the implications.
Company: RSM Tenon | Published: 18 September 2012 | Business Area: Audit and Assurance
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