CA daily briefing: Tuesday 14 January 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here to give you today's morning briefing.
Latest from ICAS
Charlotte Barbour and Susan Cattell discuss the Independent Loan Charge Review, published on 19 December, and the position of the tax adviser and their clients, where clients have already settled with HMRC.
Continued professional development (CPD) is a vital part of good professional practice for CAs, as well as a fundamental principle of professional ethics. ICAS looks at the key benefits of keeping your CPD up to date.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Flybe: UK air passenger duty cut considered to save airline (BBC News)
- How Tottenham overtook Chelsea and Arsenal to become London's richest football club (City AM)
- Global banks urge EU to 'improve' market access as Brexit looms (Reuters)
- Nissan and Renault deny alliance is in danger of break-up after Ghosn affair (Sky News)
- Boohoo hikes guidance after 'record' quarter (City AM)
- Yuan, stocks rally as investors bet on imminent US-China deal signing (Reuters)
- Using Huawei in UK 5G network 'madness', warns US (BBC News)
- Travelex: Fears for customers' personal information after hackers publish stolen data (The Independent)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for your Wednesday briefing.