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Accountancy News

February 2008

- 6 news articles

HMRC scrutinises overseas accounts


HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has detailed plans for tackling tax evasion following revelations that Liechtenstein bank accounts are being used for tax avoidance and evasion.Administrators in ...

FSA approves new finance school


The National Skills Academy for Financial Services has opened in Tower Hamlets, with the backing of the Financial Services Authority (FSA).The academy hopes to provide a "gold standard" of ...

Accountancy needs to promote fair recruitment


Diversity experts and charities have called for accountancy firms to do more to promote disability friendly recruitment methods, Personnel Today has reported.Managers from PricewaterhouseCoopers ...

Pensions are not 'just figures'


Proposals to change pensions affect people's lives and cannot be viewed just as figures, the Pensions Advisory Service has said.Its technical director, Des Hamilton has spoken out against plans by ...

Regulate with care


Accounting directives which might arise as a result of current financial difficulties should be made with care, a senior partner in the city has warned.Gerald Russell, from Ernst & Young made his ...

Credit history 'could hamper grad job outlook'


Graduates have been urged to ensure a clear credit history as a poor credit rating could affect their job prospects, according to Equifax. For those wanting to pursue a career in the finance sector, ...

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