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New research has highlighted a growing skills gap in the UK and how it is affecting the accounting profession. The research by Go1, shows that over a quarter (28%) of accountants feel they haven’t been properly trained to do their job and that more a third (35%) of accountants agree that

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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has released the 20th edition of its annual Key Facts and Trends (KFAT) report. This year's KFAT shows that membership of the accountancy bodies continues to grow, with nearly 390,000 members in the UK and Republic of Ireland and over 590,000 members worldw

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Ahead of this year’s Scottish exam results day, accountancy professional body ACCA Scotland is urging young people to remember there’s no wrong way to start a career in finance and accountancy. The professional body has highlighted the range of starting points to become a qualified accou

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KPMG has resumed bidding for large government contracts after having taken itself out of the running amid a series of accountancy scandals. In December last year, Scottish Financial News reported that the Big Four firm pulled out of bidding for public contracts after the Cabinet Office threatened to

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Construction firm McGill, who recently won contracts with Dundee City Council and the Scottish Police Authority, and several housing associations, is preparing to enter administration for the second time in less than four years, according to a report by The Courier. 

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In the first quarter of this year, corporate insolvency numbers (liquidations and receiverships) in Scotland rose by 49.1%, compared with the same period in 2021. According to new figures published by the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB) - Scotland's Insolvency Service - the number of corporate insolv

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