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10 January 2020
The Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5MLD) comes into force today and introduces the requirement for 'obliged entities', including the Association of International Accountants (AIA) Members in Practice, to report certain information discrepancies to Companies House.
 
From 10 January 2020, all obliged entities must tell Companies House if there’s a discrepancy between the information that they hold about a beneficial owner and information on the Companies House people with significant control (PSC) register.

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04 January 2019

Do you sometimes find it a struggle to attend CPD events in person? If so, why not try AccountingCPD’s award winning online CPD courses from the comfort of your own home or office. With over 500 hours worth of courses to choose from, there is something to inspire everyone.

19 December 2018

In acknowledgement of the skills and experience of AIA members, we are delighted to partner with Governors for Schools to bring those wishing to share their financial and professional expertise to schools in England.

18 December 2018

The Independent Review of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) led by Sir John Kingman published its report to government 18 December 2018. The review recommends that the FRC be replaced with an independent statutory regulator, accountable to Parliament, with a new mandate, new clarity of mission, new leadership and new powers. The new regulator would be called the Audit, Reporting and Governance Authority (ARGA) and will have a different culture and statutory objective to serve the interests of users of accounts. It is anticipated that ARGA will also act to promote competition in the audit market.

18 December 2018

It’s the season for giving.

Here at the Association of International Accountants (AIA) we have been supporting Newcastle West End foodbank, a locally based charity during this festive period.

12 December 2018

The future of finance is digital. Making Tax Digital (MTD) is one of HMRC’s key strategic priorities, with the aim of transforming and modernising how tax is reported and managed.

From April 2019, all businesses in the UK with a turnover above the VAT threshold (currently £85,000) will be required to keep digital records of their VAT in addition to filing electronic quarterly returns.

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