ICB v IAB
So one of our lovely book-keepers has just been told by the ICB (institute of certified book-keepers) that she has to take a Sage exam and it will cost about £400-£500 (which includes the software) if she wants to keep her qualification.
Now, I reckon we should shift her to IAB (International Association of Book-keepers).
What's everyone's view? Is IAB or ICB "better"? We'll look at AAT etc later but for now which do you reckon?
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