Self-employed offered generous income support by Chancellor, but Moore Thompson warns it may mean loss of tax advantage in future

East of England accountancy firm Moore Thompson has welcomed the Government’s new Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS), but fears that the Chancellor may seek redress through the tax system in future.   In his latest response to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak has

AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) today announces a series of appointments which bolster their account management team in the UK.

Three new account managers have been appointed for various UK regions. Danielle Smith, a Fellow Member of AAT, has joined as regional account manager for the Midlands. Danielle initially qualified as an accountant before moving into the education sector, where she has

British adults think solicitor, accountant and teacher are among the most challenging jobs to enter without a degree

Survey also found lower-income background perceived as significant barrier to entering professions Cost prevents access – respondents estimate training as an accountant costs £21,356, compared to £27,432 for a solicitor and £15,657 for an HR manager AAT calling on young people completing

Banking giant NatWest has teamed up with De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) to help aspiring entrepreneurs.

This month, the bank’s flagship pre-Accelerator programme – which helps people get their business ideas off the ground – will launch for the first time in Leicester. The free programme will be based at DMU’s Innovation Centre in Leicester city centre. A