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Karen Eckstein and Charlott e Ali look at what can go wrong with professional indemnity insurance, and what you can do to protect yourself
Professional indemnity insurance

Karen Eckstein and Charlotte Ali look at what can go wrong with professional indemnity insurance, and what you can do to protect yourself

Bill Dodwell considers the next steps for public country-by-country reporting
Country-by-country reporting
1 March 2017

Bill Dodwell considers the next steps for public country-by-country reporting

Piloting a new course – Working Together
Working Together
1 February 2017

Jon Stride explains the changes to the Working Together initiative, and looks at the new forum being piloted

A Stirling event – Scottish taxes
Scottish taxes
1 February 2017

Alexander Garden and Chris Young report on the topics discussed at the Scotland Branch Conference held in Stirling on 4 and 5 November 2016

Practice makes perfect!-Making tax digital
Making tax digital
1 January 2017

Chris Mattos shares the results of a practice based study of what life could be like under HMRC’s Making Tax Digital proposals

Changing shape-careers
Careers
1 January 2017

Jill Storey asks if multiple careers will be the norm, and considers how to prepare

A key element-tax conferences
Tax conferences
1 January 2017

Andy Lymer, Lynne Oats and Simon James take a look at the opportunities presented by academic conferences in tax

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Access to services
1 January 2017

Anne Newbon looks at the government digital services for taxpayers and asks if enough is being done

Bridge the Gap
Bridge the Gap
1 December 2016

Julie Cameron explains that the Bridge the Gap campaign needs ongoing support to provide help for vulnerable people who critically need tax advice but can’t afford to pay for it and illustrates the difference that professional tax advice can make to people’s lives