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Further measures on fundraising might be introduced to the charities bill

Further measures on fundraising could be introduced to the charities bill as a result of the review of the self-regulation ...
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Unanimous vote on interest rates

Despite rumours that interest rates could rise sooner than expected, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), which sets ...
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UK start-ups going to IBC

Six UK media technology start-up businesses have been chosen to exhibit at the IBC in Amsterdam this September after taking ...
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Planned increases in court fees

Plans to increase the maximum fee for money claims in Courts from £10,000 to at least £20,000 have been unveiled ...
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Independent investigation

An independent report has found that technology giant Toshiba overstated profits over a period of six years and that senior ...
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Are financial issues stopping colleges from becoming academies?

Sixth-form principals want to join forces with academy trusts, but there are barriers holding them back ...
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Healthcare Professionals Targeted by HMRC Over Tax Evasion

After a week of tax evasion hitting the headlines; last night (June 21st 2012) it emerged that over one thousand ...
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Private Schools “Should Give More Back or Lose Tax Break”

According to Alan Milburn, the government’s social mobility tsar, independent schools should be stripped of their charitable status if they ...
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NAPF Called for Changes to Accounting Proposals

The National Association of Pension Funding (NAPF) have called for changes to proposed financial reporting rules; warning they could impose ...
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M&A Leaning Towards Emerging Markets

Recent research has found that companies are increasingly looking to emerging markets for planned M&A activities; as fears over the ...
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FRC’s Report Suggests Ten Percent of Audits Failing

The Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC) inspection of the “Big Four” has revealed that accountants have failed to stop major errors ...
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