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ICAEW – advanced exam results

The exam results mark a new stage for the ICAEW - all students will sit the Advanced Level exams on the evolved ACA syllabus from now on ... [More»]

PQ JOB OF THE WEEK: Financial Accountant, Surrey

Each week we will bring some of the best jobs out there for PQs - courtesy of www.pqjobs.co.uk ... [More»]

Don’t be the token ‘woman’

Working in male-dominated jobs is stressful for women, says research by Indiana University ... [More»]

Money laundering regime under review

A review of the effectiveness of anti-money laundering and terrorist financing rules has been launched ... [More»]

Grant Thornton audit qualification first

Grant Thornton students sign up to joint ICAS/CIPFA audit qualification ... [More»]

Online careers event

Take an ACCA advantage of the UK's largest online accounting finance careers event ... [More»]

Women work for free!

Pay gap narrows but women work free for two hours a day ... [More»]

BPP's exam tips for the September ACCA exams

Here are the top tips from BPP for the first-ever ACCA sitting. If you want more in-depth advice from the BPP team then go to our study zone! ... [More»]

ACCA September tips from Becker and LSBF

Here are the exam tips for the September ACCA exams from Becker Professional Education and LSBF ... [More»]


First Intuition's top tutors provide their tips for the first-ever September sitting ... [More»]

Giving it all away! - Your PQ giveaways!

We aren't just giving away exam tips this month! With First Intuition we have six AAT course up for grabs and lots of other great stuff too... ... [More»]

Our giveaway winners

So who has been sent something in the post/online? Here are the winners of our most recent giveaways ... [More»]

New dividend allowance - a backdoor tax?

The new dividend allowance is a tax rise by the back door, says the ATT ... [More»]

Become a lecturer in accountancy

Pass on your skills and experience in accountancy and finance to the next generation of accountancy professionals ... [More»]

Bagging it up - the carrier bag tax!

Will till operators have to become tax experts? Baker Tilly's David Wilson and Andrew Hubbard get carried away with carrier bags ... [More»]

ACCA exemption policy needs to ‘get better’

The FRC says it sees the ACCA's exemption policy as a high priority area for further review in 2015 ... [More»]

De Montfort offering 'condensed' ACCA

New condensed ACCA course on offer in Leicester with De Montfort ... [More»]

New Scottish centre for AATs

From September CIPFA is offering AAT courses from its Edinburgh HQ ... [More»]

Latest PQ magazine now 'out'

If you have subscribed to PQ magazine you should have the September issue now! Remember it's FREE to sign up... ... [More»]

AAT offers its qualifications in Ireland

The AAT officially launches its qualifications and membership services in Ireland today ... [More»]

Nigeria goes all IPSAS

From January next year Nigeria will start to implement international public sector accounting standards ... [More»]

ACCA P5 - candidates aren't listening!

The ACCA P5 examiner claims candidates aren't taking the advise being given in examiner's reports and approach articles ... [More»]

Fostering diversity at Grant Thornton

Its two years since Grant Thornton removed academic entry requirements for its training schemes - how has it worked? ... [More»]

Do you love IT?

The accountancy profession appears to be in a love-hate relationship with tech. So, are the robots taking over your job? ... [More»]

ACCA AGM set to be a lively affair

The ACCA AGM (Thursday 17 September) looks likely to be a lively one this year, with no less than 8 special business member resolutions. ... [More»]

Two African deals for ACCA

ACCA signs new strategic agreements in Uganda and Kenya ... [More»]

Don't share our data

Generation Z places a high price on privacy and 97% don't want their data shared with third parties ... [More»]

Closing the gender pay gap

Deloitte has revealed its gender pay gap – the current ‘gap’ stands at 17.4%. ... [More»]

How to become a Scottish taxpayer!

Students have been left in limbo over new Scottish taxpayer guidance, warns ATT ... [More»]

Rise in student loan over-repayments

Antiquated collection system blamed for 10% rise in student loan over-repayments ... [More»]

Don't be a facilitator!

The government has introduced new civil penalties for anyone (read accountants) who ‘facilitates’ offshore tax evasion ... [More»]

Don't gamble with ACCA

Have turf accountants gone into ACCA training - we think not! ... [More»]

Restrictions lifted on invoice finance

A ban on anti-invoice finance terms in contracts will come into force early next year, says the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills ... [More»]

Dorret 'rising' to the challenge

Despite a bit of a disaster accountant Dorret Conway makes it through to round two of #GBBO ... [More»]

Pass rates take tumble at ACCA June sitting

Here are the June pass rates - paper by paper. Many are down! ... [More»]

When exam grades no longer add up

EY announces it has radically changed its entry requirements for graduates ... [More»]

Landmark changes for small business

FRC introduces a new FRC for micro-entities. Baker Tilly's Danielle Stewart calls the changes a 'landmark' ... [More»]

The diversity deficit ‘will harm business’

A lack of ethnic diversity in Britain’s top firms could put UK companies at a serious disadvantage in both domestic and global markets, says a new report commissioned by recruitment firm Green Park. ... [More»]

IFRS 15 deferral

IASB proposes clarifications to revenue standard ... [More»]

Personal bankruptcies fall

Personal bankruptcies have fallen to their lowest level in a decade ... [More»]

Feeling stressed? stroke a puppy!

If revision is getting you stressed then you don’t need to turn to drink, drugs and copious amounts of caffeine. ... [More»]

ICAEW chooses e-assessment providers

Learndirect and RM Results have been selected as preferred suppliers to deliver the ICAEW’s computer-based exams. ... [More»]

Is cheating now endemic?

Will the accountancy profession of the future be filled with exam and drug cheats? ... [More»]

Half of all student accountants are women

The accountancy profession continues to attract large numbers of female part qualified accountants and for the first time the profession achieved a 50/50 gender split, according to the Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC) latest facts and trends survey. ... [More»]

ACCA June exam feedback - paper-by-paper

Our friends at BPP provide in-depth analysis of every June exam paper - in our study zone ... [More»]

How do you control the Chinese stock market?

Chinese stocks have slumped by nearly 30% since mid-June. How can regulators head off a full-blown crash? ... [More»]

CIMA case study pass rate rise

May's case student pass rates make much better reading! Here they are... ... [More»]

CIMA OTs are out

CIMA releases the OT pass rates for the first five months of the new syllabus  ... [More»]

CIMA elects second-ever female president

Myriam Madden is the new CIMA president. She is only the second woman ever to be elected to this top honour ... [More»]

ACCA Statement: Publishing past exams F5 to F9

The ACCA confirms that it will NOT be reproducing MCQ sections in future for F5, F6, F7, F8 and F9 ... [More»]
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