CA daily briefing: Tuesday 10 December 2019
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here with your Tuesday briefing.
Spotlight on ICAS
HMRC’s November Pension schemes newsletter number 115 announced ‘We know that scheme members are forgetting to declare details of their annual allowance charge on their Self Assessment returns’. Philip McNeill takes us through the numbers.
Today's top stories from around the web
- British power plant promises to go carbon negative (BBC News)
- Ashtead's UK profit tumbles amid 'challenging' market (City AM)
- Ted Baker bosses resign as firm issues profit warning (BBC News)
- Deutsche Bank says hitting profitability target has become more ambitious (Reuters)
- UK employers 'pause' job hiring as demand falls to seven-year low (The Guardian)
- Tesco shares soar as supermarket chain weighs up £7.2bn sale of Asian business (The Independent)
- PiggyBank owner collapses into administration (The Guardian)
- Just Eat rejects raised offer from Prosus (Reuters)
- Thousands were paid to use extra renewable electricity on windy weekend (The Guardian)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for the Wednesday briefing.