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The latest coronavirus (COVID-19) articles from ICAEW

A list of all coronavirus-related articles from ICAEW, starting with the most recent.

Public finances raise hopes for Spring Statement giveaway

22-03-2022

February’s £13.1bn deficit was offset by revisions to prior month estimates, boosting public finances and putting further pressure on the Chancellor to provide more help to households and businesses facing rapidly rising prices.

Six steps to a happy team

17-03-2022

In celebration of International Day of Happiness on 20 March, Nic Marks offers six ways you can make a positive impact on your team right now.

How best to regulate the bank cloud boom?

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17-03-2022

The adoption of the cloud by banks is hard to regulate given the rapidly growing supply of services by third parties. But financial regulators are increasingly turning their sights on the megatrend.

Tax news in brief

15-03-2022

Highlights from the broader tax news for the week ending 16 March 2022, including: guidance for businesses who continued to use the Lennartz mechanism; and a warning from HMRC about sharing personal information.

The future of tax after COVID-19

09-03-2022

The past two years have seen significant changes in the way we live and work and there is a consensus that we won’t go back to how it was before. What will this mean for taxation policy?

The future of taxing work

09-03-2022

New ways of working are reshaping all our lives. How can tax policy keep pace and help smooth a difficult social and cultural transition at the same time as maximising revenues?

Conditions right for real estate M&A activity

08-03-2022

Real estate has been a safe haven for investors, with low interest rates across the world. But it’s also a sector in flux, due to economic uncertainty, new technologies and changing working environments. David Prosser says that’s good news for M&A.

Tax news in brief

08-03-2022

Highlights from the broader tax news for the week ending 9 March 2022, including: HMRC guidance on new power; HMRC payments; refunds of VAT wrongly charged; freeport tax site designation; QAHC guidance; new VAT regulations; HMRC webinars; guidance for employers paying overseas tax; and COVID travel easement ending.

Brief Encounter: Koch Industries

08-03-2022

Privately held and presided over by the son of its founder, Koch Industries is huge – and often controversial. As its acquisitive eye turns to the UK, we take a look at the multinational giant determined to stay privately owned.

Another monumental year for M&A

08-03-2022

With interest rates on the rise, growing inflationary pressures and the ongoing pandemic battle, Jackie Bowie says that 2022 is already shaping up as another ‘one-off’ year for M&A

HMRC to accept bulk appeals from agents

07-03-2022

HMRC has confirmed that it will accept bulk appeals against late filing penalties where there is a COVID-19 related reasonable excuse. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty explains the process.

International Women's Day interviews 2022

07-03-2022

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Yelena Travis-Powell BEM (ICAEW Diversity and Inclusion Manager) talks to three inspirational women about this year’s theme #BreakTheBias.

Surviving the challenges of audit

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07-03-2022

During 2022, auditors can expect many challenges and opportunities. Peter Herbert, Director of Insight Training, offers tips for tackling these in six key areas.

The finance function post-COVID

04-03-2022

The pandemic gave CFOs confidence in their ability to work in more geographically diverse and virtual ways, which will bring permanent and much-welcomed change to the finance function.

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