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64 per cent of accountancy firms have no female senior members
Around two thirds of finance firms do not have any women as executives, senior accountants or partners, according to a
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Tax
MPs told Making Tax Digital campaign must be reconsidered
Small business and tax experts have told MPs that digitising tax returns will lead to substantial, extra tax costs being
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PwC overtaken by Deloitte as the world’s top accountancy firm
Following the release of its revenues for the 2016 financial year, PwC has lost its spot as the biggest accountancy
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Tesco facing lawsuit after accounting irregularities
Supermarket giant Tesco is facing a £150m lawsuit from a group of 60 large investors, who are claiming to have
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Deloitte
Deloitte says gender pay gap will take 50 years to close
Research conducted by accountancy firm Deloitte indicates that the gender pay gap will remain until 2069, despite “closing incrementally”, 99
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PwC Switzerland announced as the new statutory auditors of FIFA
The bureau of the FIFA Council has appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Switzerland as the organisation’s new auditors. The world governing body
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Record turnover at PwC with consecutive years of double-digit growth
PwC has posted a record turnover as the firm hit a double-digit growth in revenue for the second year in
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Deloitte
Deloitte posts annual global revenue of 37bn dollars
For the fiscal year ending 31 May 2016, Deloitte has revealed a 9.5 per cent revenue increase up to $36.8bn
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Apple
Apple ordered to repay Ireland 13bn euros in back taxes
The European Commission (EC) has decided that technology giant Apple should repay 13bn euros (£11bn) in back taxes to Ireland,
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Accountancy
ICAEW says academic results alone are not enough for young people
In the wake of students collecting their A-level results, global accountancy body ICAEW has said that prospective employees need more
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