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Jim Armitage: An apology to a speedy and efficient financial regulator

Outlook An apology is due.

Taxman bites back at Parliament – but it needs to get its own house in order

Of all the functions that a senior civil servant has to perform, giving evidence to Parliament's Public Accounts Committee is without doubt the one they dread the most.

London – with its high-end shops such as Harrods – may no longer be an attractive destination

The complex tax lives of our foreign millionaires

Desperate to plug the UK's deficit, the Treasury is clamping down on loopholes allowing the wealthy to avoid duty

European Union unveils tough new rules for 'Big Four' accountants

The Big Four accountants could find themselves being stripped of their most lucrative audit deals every 10 years, according to tough new rules proposed by the European Union.

Inside Whitehall: With more cuts looming, every department must get its finances in order… at long last

Less than half of those in Whitehall finance have an accountancy qualification

Private security giants G4S and Serco have been stripped of all responsibilities for electronically tagging criminals in the wake of allegations that the firms overcharged taxpayers.

G4S and Serco lose tagging contracts after overcharging scandal

Monitoring contracts will be handed over to rival Capita on an interim basis

The Government last week moved to clamp down on a tax loophole whereby non-doms with split employment contracts will no longer be able to avoid duty by putting their earnings through low-tax foreign jurisdictions

Chancellor comes knocking for fat foreign incomes: Government moves to clamp down on tax loophole

Non-doms with split employment contracts will no longer be able to avoid duty by putting their earnings through low-tax foreign jurisdictions

Sage hikes dividend as cloud business takes off

Investors cheered software firm Sage after the company announced plans to hiked its dividend and said it was on track to meet growth targets.

City advisers got £8.3m for Co-op deal but didn't check fatal loans

KPMG and JPMorgan say they weren't asked to look at toxic mortgages, so didn't

PricewaterhouseCoopers loses £18 million Unilever contract to rival KPMG

Unilever has announced plans to ditch PricewaterhouseCoopers after 27 years and is set to move its  £18 million a year audit to rival KPMG.

The Yellow Pages publisher's shares were suspended

Hibu shareholders condemn directors for pulling out of a grilling at meeting

Angry shareholders in the Yellow Pages publisher hibu have accused the directors of “deplorable” behaviour and cowardice for pulling out of a special general meeting, where they were set to face a grilling.

Mr Michaels has only targeted increasing BDO's market share in the FTSE 350 from 3 per cent to 5 per cent by 2018

'Another decade of prejudice' against mid-tier accountants

Accountants outside of the industry’s ‘Big Four’ will continue to suffer from “institutional prejudice” for another decade despite incoming regulatory reforms, the managing partner of BDO has warned.

Compass shares rally as catering giant lands Silicon Valley contract

Shares of Compass jumped after the British catering giant announced it added LinkedIn to its Silicon Valley client portfolio, which include online heavyweights Twitter, Google, Amazon, Yahoo, Ebay and Microsoft.

Magazines group Future signals 'inflection point' as profits soar on digital revenue

Magazines group Future claimed to have passed a “inflection point” as more than half of its advertising now comes from digital, with growth from new revenue streams offsetting declines in print over the first half.

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