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Scottish accountancy and advisory firm Condies has introduced a flexible working model, aiming to allow employees the freedom to strike a balanced work-life equilibrium and maintain their productivity. The model will allow the employees to work either remotely or from the office, depending on t

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Scottish firms, once profitable but financially strained during the COVID-19 pandemic, are now feeling the pinch of a cost-of-living crisis, leading to record levels of insolvency activity, according to Wylie & Bisset, an accountancy and business advisory firm. R3, the insolvency and restructuri

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April witnessed a significant surge in insolvency-related activities in Scotland, the highest this year, new research by R3, the insolvency and restructuring trade body, has revealed. R3’s analysis of data provided by Creditsafe shows there were 122 cases of insolvency-related activity, which

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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced the Audit Committees and the External Audit: Minimum Standard, which comes after careful consideration of the consultation responses received from stakeholders.The consultation on the draft proposal for the Minimum Standard was launched by the FRC

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Johnston Carmichael has strengthened its specialist tax team with the appointment of Amanda Collinson as international tax director. Ms Collinson joins Johnston Carmichael from a listed US group where she was EMEA tax manager. Having started her career at a Big 4 firm, where she worked in both Londo

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New research has revealed that artificial intelligence (AI) will be instrumental not only in enhancing the efficacy of accountants as strategic business partners to their clients, but also in sustaining small businesses, according to Intuit QuickBooks. The study found that almost nine in ten (86%) a

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In a report launched today by accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP, figures show up to £1.3 billion has been deployed into circular economy investments in 12 months. According to the report, disclosed capital deployed has increased by 10% from £788 million in 2021 to £879

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Glasgow-based Consilium Chartered Accountants has provided financial due diligence for ThinCats on Edinburgh-based property surveying consultancy Dot Surveying's transition to an employee ownership trust (EOT). The sale was facilitated by investment from ThinCats, a specialist provider of bespoke fu

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