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Finance professionals and their organisations have already incurred additional costs as a result of Brexit, according to a new survey by the Institute of Chartered Accountants Scotland (ICAS). Seven out of ten ICAS members told the ICAS quarterly survey, carried out in association with law firm Brod

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CA Today magazine notes that the ‘big four’ accountants continue to lead in Scotland by fee earners and that Deloitte has regained the top spot after falling behind EY last year. PwC has also risen to number two, while KPMG has slipped to fourth place and Johnston Carmichael remains steady at nu

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ICAS has issued a call to the Scottish Government to reform the rate and way in which statutory interest is calculated in personal bankruptcy in Scotland. Responding to an informal consultation by the Accountant in Bankruptcy on draft consolidated Bankruptcy Regulations which will underpin the intro

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Fifteen Scottish-based accountants have been named among ICAS’s 35 Chartered Accountants (CAs) under 35 for 2016. The global body of finance professionals said the list, which includes entries spanning six continents, recognises “the best and brightest Chartered Accountants who are making a diff

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ICAS has launched its strategy to assist the UK Government's plans to move HMRC to a fully digital tax system. The 'Making Tax Digital' programme will require most businesses and individuals to interact online in real-time with HMRC.

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Lord John McFall Scottish accounting trade body ICAS has appointed Lord John McFall to its council as a public interest member following Stagecoach co-founder Sir Brian Souter'snomination as vice president of the institute.

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