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2020 Member: Included with 2020 Membership

Non member £179.00 + VAT



Sharon Cooke

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David Norris

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What's Included

  • Expert Knowledge from an Industry-Leading Speaker
  • Verifiable CPD hours
  • CPD Tracking and Certificate
  • Live Webinar (if a future date is listed) with Q&A
  • The Recording of the Event
  • Supporting Materials


To help the busy accountant keep up to date with their CPD, this session will round up on key developments across all technical areas over the last 6 months. We will draw out a range of practical tips and advice to implement in the firm.

The 6 monthly update will include news and guidance around:

  • Accounting and auditing standards
  • FRC, ICAEW and ACCA guidance including in relation to compliance areas and Practice Assurance
  • Company law
  • Tax issues for individuals
  • Tax and VAT issues for businesses
  • HMRC news
  • Practice technology and the latest efficiency techniques

Please note that the update on auditing standards will be presented as the last session of the day, enabling an early finish for those not working in this area.

Key Topics

This is a topical course and the content of each session will reflect that. It is likely to cover:


  • Update to FRS 102
  • Companies House reform
  • Refresher on common accounting problems


  • Finance Act 2024
  • Proposed legislation for 2025 and predictions relating to the general election
  • Tax cases of interest to general practitioners
  • Topical issues including the preparing unincorporated businesses for the tax year basis of assessment


  • Key headlines across anti-money laundering (AML), Practice Assurance and other regulatory areas.

Practice efficiency and profitability

  • A brief round-up of steps other practices are taking to super-charge their practice in 2024 and heading into 2025.


  • Impact of recently changed ISAs, feedback from regulators and practical issues
  • New ISAs, including preparing for ISA 600.
  • Proposed changes to the Ethical Standard
  • Other hot topics

Who Should Attend

The course will benefit anyone involved in the preparation of accounts and tax work for clients, as well as those who need an awareness of general regulatory changes that impact on practices. The day will also include an update specifically relevant for auditors.