2016/2017 Academies Account Direction

The ESFA has published its Academies Accounts Direction for 2016/17. Although the changes aren’t as significant as last year, there are a number of things to consider. As well as introducing new disclosure requirements, including academy transfers and the apprenticeship levy, and providing guidance on accounting for premises occupied by church academy trusts, the ESFA has taken the opportunity to re-affirm/clarify existing financial administrative and legal requirements.

Bloodhound and Moore Stephens: a rocket-powered relationship

Top 10 accountancy firm Moore Stephens’ sponsorship of Bloodhound SSC is much more than a financial relationship – it’s an opportunity to support cutting-edge science and engineering, inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, share the excitement with clients and contacts, and meet new business people with the same goals.

Tax and the General Election 2017: will businesses emerge as winners?

The outcome of General Elections can be momentous. This election may shape the future direction of the UK over the next half decade and either build on – or dismantle - the policies of the previous government. Arguably the 2017 vote is even more significant than usual, with Brexit overshadowing almost all policy decisions going forward. It’s an uncertain time for businesses. So, what is on the top of businesses’ tax reduction wish-lists? And are their top tax concerns being addressed by the major political parties?

The future of regulation in the shadow of Brexit

With the Prime Minister Theresa May indicating that there is insufficient time to replace European bodies with a new British regulatory regime, the implications of Brexit look to have limited short term impact on Financial Services regulation. However, beyond March 2019, what would a hard or soft Brexit look like in terms of future regulation?
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