ICAEW’s Technical Advisory Services has updated its support for practitioners on client engagement letters relating to tax services. The Tax Faculty highlight the key changes.
Solicitor Karen Eckstein analyses common issues with engagement letters and scope of retainer, using a detailed practical example to illustrate her points.
Technical helpsheet providing guidance for members in practice who choose not to issue engagement letters for non-regulated work.
Assurance engagements can be typically broken up into nine stages. Not all stages will be clearly separated and identifiable in every engagement. Some stages, such as the engagement letter, may not be required during internal assurance, while others, such as the problem-solving phase, may not be necessary in some external engagements.
In this video, made exclusively for PBA Community members, ICAEW member Dan Crowther discusses how best to deliver advice to clients in this current climate of instability.
Best practices for accounting firms to communicate with clients.
Ensuring compliance with General Data Protection Regulation is the perfect opportunity to clean up your business’s practices around handling data.
Client complaints and dispute resolution
Find out how to make a complaint, how we handle complaints, duty to report misconduct and the support available if you are the subject of a complaint.
We expect ICAEW Chartered Accountants to maintain the highest standards of practice and professional conduct.
Background information and practical guidance on business dispute resolution.
Disengaging from clients, including preparing disengagement letters.
4 February 2020: the new year is often a time when clients decide to change their accountants, but what should you do if a client decides to leave your practice?
Find out about the tools that can help you in your career as an independent adviser or consultant.
In this issue: Sue Moore explores how to offer new services to existing clients; Ian Young looks at the tax implications of Brexit; Sarah Ghaffari outlines the resources available on the MTD hub alongside the latest developments; Julie Cameron explains how charities can help those suffering with depression; and reports from the Tax Faculty conference and Accountex 2017.
An article exploring business growth which comes from two areas – selling additional services to existing clients and acquiring new clients for the practice.
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