HMRC’s new powers to tackle electronic sales suppression
The HMRC has issued advice about the new powers and penalties under the Finance Act 2022 to tackle electronic sales...READ MORE
Accountancy, teaching and law are the most difficult professions to access without a university degree, with the cost of becoming a professional seen as a more significant barrier than ethnicity.
British adults rank solicitor, accountant and teacher as the most challenging jobs to enter without a degree, according to a survey by Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) conducted by Opinium Research commissioned.
Read more at the Accountancy Age.