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Deloitte receives half million dollar fine from PCAOB for consecutive material accounting errors

  • 10,12,25,05,2018

The US Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) has fined Deloitte $500,000 after it found the Big Four firm had missed material... read more

The Accountant & International Accounting Bulletin Awards 2018: Nominations open

  • 13,31,23,05,2018

The Accountant & International Accounting Bulletin Awards 2018 are now open for nominations until 19 July. read more

UK select committee calls for CMA investigation of Big Four to start 'as soon as possible'

  • 11,17,23,05,2018

The UK Select Committee has called on the new chairman of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) Andrew Tyrie to ask his staff ‘to initiate... read more

EY launches a global IoT/OT Security Lab

  • 17,01,16,05,2018

EY has launched an Internet of Things/Operational Technology (IoT/OT) security lab embedded within the EY wavespace flagship in Warsaw, to help... read more

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To audit or not to audit: Debunking the myths about audit for SMEs

  • 11,23,11,04,2018

The European Federation of Accountants and Auditors for small and medium-sized enterprises (EFAA) president Bodo Richardt, and director, Paul... read more

Draft EU directive targets tax intermediaries

  • 17,19,6,04,2018

Tax intermediaries involved in schemes that could be seen as being ‘of interest’ to the authorities will have to disclose this. The new rule also... read more

Review of the dutch fiscal unity regime: a source of uncertainty for professionals

  • 14,19,22,03,2018

A lot of uncertainty around the Dutch fiscal unity regime for companies has arisen from recent European Court of Justice ruling, potentially... read more

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Digital Disruption: What does it mean for accounting?

  • 17,06,8,05,2018

There is a vague feeling of loss each time computers learn to perform a skill better than we can. Experts at the abacus no doubt felt it when calculators made their knowledge obsolete. Interestingly the first calculator, invented in 1645 by a supervisor of taxes in Rouen, was created to try to reduce tedious calculations required. That seems remarkably prescient for what we are about to discuss. read more

Comment: Mind the mud, or is that ‘Mine the mud?

  • 10,25,16,04,2018

Monday 2 April was Easter Monday in the western Christian calendar, and thus a public holiday in the UK. read more

Editor's letter: Arrivederci Accountancy

  • 12,01,11,04,2018

Arrivederci Accountancy read more

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