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With the withdrawal of the FRSSE and its replacement by a small companies regime within FRS 102 from January 2016, and the introduction of a new standard for “micro entities” (FRS 105), every accountant in the UK now needs to get ready for New UK GAAP.

With the introduction of FRS 102, this year’s annual CCH Update for the Accountant in Industry & Commerce (AIC) is proving even more popular as a one-stop shop for finance professionals in business who want to stay on top of changes affecting their profession.

Increasing use of technology has enabled the UK’s leading accountancy firms to grow fee income by almost 5% while reducing costs and improving efficiency, according to a new survey supported by Wolters Kluwer.

French Duncan, a UK Top 100 Accountancy firm has chosen the Wolters Kluwer Central Suite praising its integration, ability to deliver much greater efficiency and the capability to improve client collaboration.

HMRC are putting small businesses and their advisers in a very difficult position when it comes to how they interpret VAT decisions by the Courts and changes instigated by parliament and the EU, claims a new white paper by Wolters Kluwer’s UK CCH VAT expert, Glyn Edwards.

Loch Lomond, part of the Loch Lomond Group, has selected Wolters Kluwer’s online accounting service Twinfield UK, for its cloud accountin

  • Tax Tribunal judgements rarely in taxpayers’ favour
  • Wolters Kluwer’s UK VAT experts offer top tips for appealing to the Tax Tribunal

Wolters Kluwer in the UK has announced the release of CCH Company Secretarial, a comprehensive cloud solution for managing all company secretarial requirements. It includes an integrated company formation service, online filing to Companies House and the ability to extract data from the Companies House database to auto-populate and verify records.

Latest Accountancy magazine industry survey reveals that regulation-driven audit tendering, strategic acquisitions and network changes indicate a different landscape for the UK’s top firms.