This month, Peter Herbert discusses some pension scheme accounts and audit hot topics, including narrative disclosures, the impact of Covid-19, GMP equalisation and common audit failings.
We’ve had a flurry of queries at Insight Training in the last few weeks about section 479A of the Companies Act 2006 and how Brexit will affect it. Here, in a nutshell are the key questions:
What is section 479A?
Section 479A allows a subsidiary company in a group to take advantage of audit exemption provided that
This month, Peter Herbert discusses provisions for liabilities, including grant repayments and audit considerations.
Peter Herbert discusses the topical issues regarding Audit Reports and Going Concern in this month’s vlog.
As the New Year starts, anti-money laundering compliance will be anything but the number one priority for most practitioners – especially with everything else that’s going on!
Nonetheless it’s an area that Professional Bodies are always extremely focussed on, so here are five key questions to ask yourself as 2021 begins, especially if you are your
Peter Herbert discusses frequently asked questions on small company reporting.
The General Data Protection Regulation was introduced with much fanfare in May 2018 but seems to have drifted off the radar as an area of major concern for many firms.
However Insight Training workshops and courses this Autumn have prompted a number of questions and queries from delegates. Here are our top five:
1. What impact has
Peter Herbert discusses frequently asked questions on accounting for government support and other aid.
The publication in early September of the CCAB’s draft publication ‘ Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: Guidance for the Accountancy Sector’ has brought the 5th EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive back into focus. Remember the legislation did come into force way back in January.
Based on the many AML courses that we’ve run over the last 10
This month, Peter Herbert chats about accounting for and auditing investment properties.