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Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-05-05

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Firm honours dedicated duo

Two long-serving stalwarts from a Shropshire accountancy firm have announced their retirement.

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Rockville’s SKMB joins national accounting firm Marcum

Rockville-based Simon, Krowitz, Meadows & Bortnick, P.A. (SKMB) joined Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory firm.

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Trustmoore appoints fund accounting director

people moves

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Accounting For Climate Change In Flexible Working Requests

Although the U.K. government’s recent updates to the country’s flexible working laws failed to include climate change as a factor for evaluating remote work requests, employers are not prohibited from considering the environmental benefits — or drawbacks — of an employee’s request to work remotely, say Jonathan Carr and Gemma Taylor at Lewis Silkin.

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Accounting For Climate Change In Flexible Working Requests

Although the U.K. government’s recent updates to the country’s flexible working laws failed to include climate change as a factor for evaluating remote work requests, employers are not prohibited from considering the environmental benefits — or drawbacks — of an employee’s request to work remotely, say Jonathan Carr and Gemma Taylor at Lewis Silkin.

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