Ichabod’s at Room 151

Ichabod’s blogs are published on the Room 151 website …

15 September 2020Redmond Review fails to address key issues
18 August 2020Audits worsen as watchdog demands improvement
14 April 2020No accounts simplification for 2019/20
23 March 2020COVID-19 and production of the accounts
20 December 2019Audit 2019 was a bust – let’s hope it gets better
6 August 2019The state of local government audit
6 April 2019Public interest wobbles the Prudential Framework
4 January 2019Audit and accounts outlook 2019
5 December 2018Sale and leaseback – the accounting lowdown
17 September 2018Looking ahead to the 2018/19 Statement of Accounts
13 June 2018Prepare for a deep dive into lease accounting
24 April 2018Do we need a statutory override for IFRS 9?
8 March 2018IFRS 9 and impairment are no April fool
31 January 2018Closedown 2017/18 leaves little time to relax
4 December 2017Prudential Framework consultation
30 October 2017The most complicated accounting standard ever issued
13 September 2017Troubles with the auditor? Maybe it’s not you
19 June 2017Expanding your property portfolio? Prepare for the auditors
14 March 2017The auditor’s dreaded knock on the door
30 January 2017Plotting the big audit and accounting events ahead
28 November 2016Making sure your MRP is “just right”
25 July 2016Impact of Brexit on local authority accounting
17 May 2016Living in a material world
4 April 2016Thumb twiddling risks in auditor appointments
12 January 2016MRP policy ripe for review
9 December 2015The reserves iceberg
20 October 2015In defence of local authority accounting
15 September 2015Special purpose companies, geese and golden eggs
20 July 2015LOBOs controversy
17 March 2015Accounts and Audit Regs 2015
10 February 2015Break up of the Audit Commission
17 December 2014Accounts and audit prospects for 2014/15
10 November 2014Getting the best from your external audit teams
19 August 2014Getting the most from your external audit reports
15 May 2014Getting your external auditors working for you

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