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Moving Up a Gear

There is a positive future for the cycling industry in Northern Ireland and beyond which is a rapidly growing sector and we believe with the help of ACCA and by offering a unique and innovative product we are now well equipped to expand our global market base…

Global 29 Oct 2014
Global 16 Oct 2014

Government walks the talk with pro-business budget

ACCA welcomes tax policy initiatives for business which will have positive impact on low and middle income earners…

Global 14 Oct 2014

Tax payers could be missing out on entitlements

ACCA advises taxpayers to claim allowances before October 31st 2014…

Global 24 Sep 2014

SMEs are encouraged to undertake free business course

New initiative between ACCA and University of Exeter Business School will equip SMEs with business skills…

Global 8 Sep 2014

Northern Ireland SMEs to benefit from new business courses

Northern Ireland SMEs are set to benefit from a new initiative, due to launch on September 8 2014 which will allow anyone, anywhere in the world to get a better understanding of how to run a business…

Global 22 Aug 2014

ACCA survey of Irish financial professionals points to a decline in optimism for the economic outlook for Ireland

ACCA survey of Irish financial professionals points to a decline in optimism for the economic outlook for Ireland …

Global 20 Aug 2014

Homeowners can earn a tax-free income of up to €10,000 if they rent their rooms to students

Rent a room relief available for property owners renting a room to a third level student…

Global 18 Aug 2014

Receiving Exam Results: Where do I go from here?

ACCA offers flexibility for young people and those who have obtained three GCSEs and two A-Levels including Math’s and English are probably unaware that they are already on the path to becoming an accountant and can use these essential skills as a stepping stone to the professional qualification …

Global 14 Aug 2014

Lack of joined-up approach poses money laundering threats, finds new report

The success of the UK’s Anti-Money Laundering regime is being hindered by a disjointed approach, lack of connectivity and co-ordination between organisations, respondents say in a new report from CCAB, the collective forum of accountancy bodies, made up of ICAEW, ACCA, ICAS, CIPFA and Chartered Accountants Ireland…

Global 24 Jun 2014
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