Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-03-09

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ACCA welcomes HMRC move to require tax agents to belong to professional body

Global accountancy body ACCA has welcomed the step by HMRC to look to only work with tax agents who are members of recognised professional bodies.  Although ACCA is c …

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Budget 2024: vaping tax from 2026

The Chancellor plans to introduce the first tax on vapes from 2026 while acknowledging their benefits for smokers quitting

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PwC trainee was not unfairly dismissed

A trainee at PwC has lost a claim of constructive unfair dismissal after his contract was terminated over unauthorised absences, lack of sick notes and breach of contract

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People in the news: Grant Thornton, DSW, Carpenter Box

In this week’s accountancy career moves, partner promotions and hires at Gravitate Accounting, SyersMcGill, Interpath, Quantuma, Ulster University Business School

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Chancellor should raise tax thresholds, say accountants

Amid rumours that the Chancellor plans to cut 2% off national insurance in the Budget, accountants warn that frozen thresholds are much more damaging

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