From thinking about the new normal to making it work. As businesses step into the post-COVID future, it's important they find a balance between what worked before and what needs to happen to succeed in the new normal. Here we discuss three workplace scenarios and the steps you can take to help ensure the new normal works for you...

30/7/2020
cyber crime
29/7/2019
Katy Taylor
Cyber scepticism in a digitised age As cyber criminals set their sights on accountancy firms, what steps can be taken to minimise exposure? Having a challenging and literate awareness of the cyber world is a good place to start. Here...
18/4/2019
Mark Wearden
Throughout the BEIS report on the Future of Audit there is recurrent emphasis and subliminal blame on audit committees for their role in corporate failure and the seeming inadequacy of the current audit process. There is a danger...
17/4/2019
Croner-i Staff
They’re here at last. Tax, accounting, and audit books for the new financial year are now available to pre-order from the Croner-i shop. Plus, there’s a 10%* early bird discount for anyone who orders before 30 April.  A huge...
18/3/2019
Croner-i Tax Content Team
For a brief moment, it was possible to see the 2019 Spring Statement as a rare chance for the May-led government to relax and pretend that they are a united and happy bunch forging a bright new future in a Britain uncontaminated by Brexit...
26/2/2019
Katharine Bagshaw

Katharine Bagshaw looks at the proposed changes to quality management in audit, with a focus on ISQM 1, ISA 220, and the new ISQM 2.

18/2/2019
Kim Staples

28% of employers say ‘gut feeling’ is their main reason for hiring someone – but should you really trust your gut?

14/2/2019
Kim Staples

The Low Pay Commission projected that the National Living Wave (NLW) ought to rise to £8.20 per hour next year – but is that really going to come into force? 

11/2/2019
Katharine Bagshaw

 Today’s audit standards are intended to scale in both directions – but are they really working for smaller, ‘less complex’ entities? Katharine Bagshaw investigates.