New articles in London Accountant online

February 2019 articles in London Accountant have now been published. Amongst other news, this month we cover:

  • Fight the winter CPD blues: get your CPD back in the black this February with 2019’s essential line up of training courses, tailored for LSCA members.
  • Make 2019 your year for volunteering: thinking about volunteering in 2019? ICAEW has set out nine reasons why you should – the benefits, the impact and the boost from helping others.
  • Brexit remains biggest business challenge in 2019: businesses continue to have the same concerns for the next 12 months as they did in 2018, according to research from ICAEW.
  • ICAEW applauds MTD pilot extension: with only 3,500 businesses currently participating in HMRC’s MTD for VAT pilot, ICAEW welcomes the move to extend the pilot wider to all businesses that will come under MTD in April 2019.
  • Is there really comparability under IFRS?: three new international financial reporting standards could lead to confusing comparisons with clear vision only restored in 2020, writes Jamie Tomlin.
  • Help on the high street: ICAEW Head of Enterprise Nick Levine looks at how the High Streets Task Force and Future High Streets Fund could save the high street.
  • First drop in ‘City’ demand for five years: for the first time in five years, the total business volumes in UK financial services fell in the three months to December, say PwC and the CBI, and is on track to hit a decade low this quarter.
  • Trusted Adviser - The Practitioners’ Conference: don't miss out! The conference organised by practitioners for practitioners will be on 21-23 March 2019 at Robinson College, Cambridge.

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