Month: August 2021

Periodically a case comes along to remind us that underneath all good dismissal practice, Acas guidance and the rest is The Law, and that The Law is sometimes less rigid in its requirements of a fair dismissal than all that guidance might suggest. Moore -v- Phoenix Product Development Limited is today’s such case, an everyday
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To tackle problems of homelessness and housing costs, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) has released a major tax proposal, the Decent Affordable Safe Housing (DASH) For All Act. Several of Wyden’s proposals are also components of the Biden administration’s infrastructure agenda, with a large focus on tax credits designed to either incentivize new housing or directly
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Numerous countries, negatively impacted by the pandemic, are revamping their tax laws. The issue of transfer pricing is a top focus as governments look to ensure multinational companies aren’t evading their tax responsibilities by reallocating profits to lower-tax jurisdictions. Transfer pricing refers to the guidelines and practices regulating pricing transactions between businesses under common ownership.
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What to do with an accounting degree in 2021? Not too long ago, the answer to that question would have been fairly straightforward, but these days, professional opportunities for accounting and finance graduates are much more open-ended. A high demand for accounting graduates, spread across multiple industries that require their own niche skills and specialties
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While not perfect, generally accepted accounting principles are considered the gold standard of accounting rules. Corporations throughout the country use GAAP to prepare their financial statements. Government budgets, on the other hand, are prepared with “wild, wild west” accounting rules: different versions of cash basis accounting. That is why a few governments have enacted laws
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Airwallex launches in U.S. Airwallex, which makes software to manage payments, treasury and expenses across international borders, has launched operations in the U.S. The Australian company offers small and midsized businesses a business account which include cards, international collections and transfers and other value-add services, and an API for larger enterprise businesses that require embedded
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As 2021 begins to come to an end, it’s clear that the shift towards remote working will remain. Companies continue to be hesitant around bringing employees back in full-time, and employees are similarly reticent to come back to the office. Nevertheless, working remotely offers many benefits, and many trends have emerged in its wake, signaling
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