A record number of people have graduated from the AIA Diploma programmes this year with the qualification fast becoming the first choice for aspiring accountants and business experts in Greece.
AIA has a long history of providing high quality and in-demand qualifications which are relevant to a fast paced, ever changing finance profession. Designed to meet the needs of a dynamic European financial sector, the AIA diploma equips graduates with the skills and practical knowledge to distinguish them from peers and professional rivals and are highly sought after by employers.
HM Revenue and Customs’ High Net Worth Unit – a specialist division which deals with the tax affairs of the UK’s wealthiest individuals – has brought in £1 billion in compliance yield.
A list of tax avoidance schemes whose users may be required to make an upfront payment of tax has been published today by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has published two draft statutory instruments for external technical consultation together with a commentary on the regulations.
The government has today called on industry to submit their thoughts on the future of the UK oil and gas tax regime.
The Irish Revenue has updated their guidance on the tax treatment of lump sum payments on a redundancy or a retirement. Such lump sum payments may be exempt from tax or may qualify for some relief from tax.