Accountancy

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EQ Accountants has welcomed eight new graduates as they begin their journey to become chartered accountants. Each year, EQ Accountants provides training contracts to graduates who want to train to become a chartered accountant, delivering an intensive, diverse three-year training programme across ac

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Business confidence in the UK has fallen in the last quarter as companies struggle with the rising cost of doing business, a survey of chartered accountants by The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has found. Business confidence has slumped to its lowest level since the

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Scottish SMEs have 6 months in which to prepare for the looming recession and build resilience or be increasingly exposed to the risks of soaring inflation, rising interest rates and contracting demand, accountancy firm Azets has warned. James Fennessey, restructuring partner with Azets, highlighted

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The new Prime Minister’s inbox may well overflow with priorities, but the latest research from Grant Thornton finds that Scotland’s business community sees Levelling Up and boosting investment in Scotland as vitally important. The policy agenda, the most recent take on decades of debate

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Stuart Robb and Michelle Elliot, partners with FRP Advisory, have been appointed joint interim liquidators of Andrew Wilkie (Accountants) Limited. The business previously traded as an accountancy and taxation practice from its premises at 6 Church Street, Uddingston near Glasgow.

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Wylie & Bisset, accountants and business advisors, has been appointed as liquidator of Worksmart Contracts. Based in Kilmarnock with a 24-strong workforce, Worksmart is a commercial interior fit-out and refurbishment contractor for clients operating across a wide range of industrial sectors, inc

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New draft legislation to change the R&D tax relief regime will create a vacuum of inequalities for businesses seeking relief according to audit, tax and consulting firm RSM UK. The changes will come into effect for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 April 2023. This will create marked in

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New PwC analysis has revealed that Scotland’s energy sector has a critical role to play in helping meet the emerging green energy skills gap, with the creation of green jobs related to energy transition north of the border more than one-and-a-half times the national average. The Energy Transit

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