Please find below information regarding the Czech per diem as well as other travel expenses, correct as at the close of 2012 going into 2013, courtesy of Baker Tilly Czech Republic’s Head of Tax Lucia Rablova. Per diem The new aspect is the obligation to reduce meal allowances […]
Why do Governments try to make competitive businesses follow the same kind of labour law that applies in their own offices?
I was reading on Linked In today a post by someone blaming Labour Law, and the risks associated with having employees, as one reason why Europe is having more difficulties getting out of the Crisis than maybe some other places. I think his comments were quite true. There […]
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AN EGIAN POSITION PAPER EGIAN SUPPORTS ROBUST REFORM PROGRAMME FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION AUDIT PROFESSION PRINCIPLES AND ACTIONS 1 THE URGENT NEED FOR CHANGE The creation of a more open vibrant market in the audit of large listed companies is urgently needed to protect and […]
You may have received e-mail (especially from Chinese and Hong Kong companies relating to .cn domains bearing your name if you didn’t register in China, but now more commonly in East Europe also) which says that if you use these people’s services they can prevent your name’s domain […]
For businesses which have never been audited but which are growing up quickly to meet the audit thresholds in a year or two, you may wish to consider having your first audit done while it is still voluntary to do so, and the results, if less positive than […]