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Accounting for Law?

Accounting for Law?

Traditionally accounting and law have been very distinct, separate professions, each requiring specific study and qualifications to master and practice. Yet as business evolves, the lines between the two are starting to blur !

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Consumer spending continues to fall: what do we do?

Consumer spending continues to fall: what do we do?

Britain’s high streets are still busy with people clutching shopping bags, and queues in shops seem to be as long as ever, but while it might not be obvious at a quick glance around the supermarket, the reality is that consumer spending has fallen consistently over the past few months.

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Accounting for Retail: IFRS 16 ushers in new season

Accounting for Retail: IFRS 16 ushers in new season

As summer fades and autumn takes hold, so too do the new accounting rules for retailers regarding international leasing standards. IFRS 16 aims to bring all companies’ leases onto their balance sheets for 2019 accounting periods onwards.

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The best time to be a Trainee Accountant?

The best time to be a Trainee Accountant?

September tends to be when accounting firms employ new intakes of staff: usually graduate trainees, BUT firms are becoming increasingly more open to accepting candidates at different levels, in particular, apprentices and school leavers.

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