We put a spotlight on our free ‘New UK GAAP Impact Calculator Tool’, designed to help you figure out exactly how much time and money each of your clients’ FRS transitions will expend. We also consider how IRIS software can improve efficiency to release time for FRS transitioning; indeed, IRIS customers... view abstract
Company: IRIS | Published: 30 August 2016 | Business Area: Legal Services
Part two in the ‘New FRS: Your Next Steps’ blog series examines some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force - including the in-depth training options at your disposal.
Company: IRIS | Published: 22 August 2016 | Business Area: Legal and Regulation
When it comes to FRS-readiness, the software you employ for your accounts production makes all the difference. Does the software you currently use guarantee compliance at all times? With IRIS, the answer to that question is always, “Yes.”
Company: IRIS | Published: 17 August 2016 | Business Area: Financial Management
In this edition, Vannin have captured the views of a broad range of stakeholders. Each article draws upon the authors’ own experiences, be that as a barrister, judge, auditor, solicitor, general counsel or funder, providing a range of perspectives on the past, present and future status of the global... view abstract
Company: Vannin Capital | Published: 13 January 2016 | Business Area: Financial Management
It is expected that HMRC will apply the direct recovery of debt to a small number of taxpayers in the remaining part of the 2015/16 tax year following Royal Assent. To find out more about the details and how the processes will work, download now.
Company: Tolley | Published: 04 September 2015 | Business Area: Legal and Regulation
UCIS aren't subject to the same restrictions as other investment vehicles, and even though a scheme isn't authorised, advising on or managing the schemes remains a regulated activity. This whitepaper uncovers complex investment schemes, detailing the risks and impact of making such an investment.
Company: Rebus Group | Published: 23 September 2013 | Business Area: Practice Management
Designed for credit managers, this paper assesses the government’s decision to exempt insolvency cases from ‘no win, no fee’ civil justice reforms and the implications for insolvency practitioners. The paper also covers business confidence amongst credit managers and wrongful trading.
Company: Moore Stephens | Published: 05 November 2012 | Business Area: Business Recovery/Insolvency
This case study from Saffrey Champness investigates the recent overturning of the VAT ruling against Med Hotels.
Company: Saffery Champness | Published: 05 August 2011 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax
With economic uncertainty ahead it seems that insolvency practices are likely to remain important drivers in accountancy firms. However, insolvency practitioners are facing increased regulation. They need to remain on top of their game to navigate safely through stormy waters as this paper reveals.
Company: Reynolds Porter Chamberlain | Published: 13 July 2011 | Business Area: Governance
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