CA daily briefing: Monday 25 November 2019
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here starting your week off right with the latest news from ICAS and around the globe.
Spotlight on ICAS
A new OTS report recommends voluntary ‘pay tax as you go’ for some taxpayers, but Donald Drysdale wonders whether this would be the thin edge of another mandatory wedge.
ICAS has released guidance for ICAS members acting for Scottish charities. The Guide covers the accounting, reporting and scrutiny requirements placed on Scottish charities, both company and non-company, including charitable incorporated organisations (SCIOs).
Today's top stories from around the web
- Tory manifesto a 'steady as she goes' document (BBC News)
- TfL 'actively considering' banning Uber (City AM)
- Just Eat advises shareholders not to accept Prosus offer (Reuters)
- LVMH to buy Tiffany for $16bn in largest luxury-goods deal ever (Bloomberg)
- Hong Kong voters deliver landslide victory for pro-democracy campaigners (The Guardian)
- Tesla cybertruck: 150,000 orders placed despite launch fiasco, says Elon Musk (The Independent)
- Petrofac accused of keeping fake accounts to disguise bribes (The Guardian)
- Shoe retailer Clarks calls in consultants amid store closure fears (City AM)
- Power firms move ownership offshore to 'protect against Labour renationalisation' (BBC News)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.