We blogged on AccountingWEB a couple of months ago about the pilot of our new career adaptability courses which started in London in April.
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The benefits system is a subject that has become very much a political flashpoint in recent months but whatever your personal views on the rights and wrongs of some claimants, it undeniably provides a financial lifeline for many people in a high degree of need, w
If you were to compile a list of places in Europe where it is the most difficult to be an accountant at the moment, Cyprus would probably be near the top, writes CABA head
A young chartered accountant is gaining a headstart in wheelchair rugby thanks to CABA.
This month has been a busy one at CABA, writes chief executive Kath Haines.
The chartered accountancy careers of the future are unlikely to be like those of the past, writes CABA
This is one of those blogs that should start with a caveat, writes Paul Day, debt support officer at CABA.
At CABA, we have no evidence that large and escalating numbers of chartered accountants are suffering from significant money problems.
More and more accountants have been approaching CABA during the last 12 months for help with getting back into work, writes CABA's service manager Kelly Feehan.
It’s that time of year again.