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20 entities in different parts of the world and all running different systems will typically take minutes rather than days to complete their group reporting using Cloud CFO
The ICAEW has cautioned against the decision to raise the audit threshold for UK businesses from £6.5m to £10.5m.
Hiring your first employee is a big step in the evolution of any business, but many entrepreneurs are unprepared for the sudden added complexity of having to pay employees.
Most businesses know that intellectual property (IP) is important but many, especially SMEs are not really sure how to make the most of it.
British club Birmingham City FC has revealed it suspects that funds totalling £2.5m have been “misappropriated” by a previous employee, and are lodging criminal proceedings.
Almost 61 per cent of organisations do not monitor for unused software on servers, PCs and laptops
Auditors now warn against calling manufacturing companies zombies as it creates a lack of understanding of the sector’s cyclical nature.
SMEs can now publish abbreviated accounts, but why do they still choose to publish them in full? Dr Jill Collis investigates and gives advice on SME auditing.
Nick Land (then chairman of E&Y) reacted indignantly last year to suggestions of a return to their old consulting business. “We are not re-entering that business,” he said.
An era is ending at the National Audit Office with Sir John Bourn announcing his intention to retire as comptroller and auditor general after 20 years of service.