From this year, large companies must report – publicly – what their top boss is earning and how it compares to the rest of their staff.
Designed to account for psychological risks your staff may be exposed to, this specific kind of risk assessment needs a different approach.
International tax planning is rife with challenges – but a new publication from Croner-i aims to help advisors cut through the confusion
It’s a stressful time of year for accountants, auditors, and tax professionals – and staying focused on everything is far more easily said than done.
2018 was a funny old year. Let’s look back with a roundup of the UK business, finance, and industry developments from the last 12 months.
Julia Bowyer, Croner-i Content Manager for Audit & Accounting, sets out her review of 2018 and looks ahead to 2019.
No health & safety regime is quite like Great Britain’s – but around the world, you’ll find a few unexpected rules to deal with.
What happens to employment law if the UK leaves the EU without a withdrawal agreement? Stuart Chamberlain considers.