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Hi there guys, I came across the books section of AccountingWEB's forums recently and I would love to maximise its potential. At the moment, the books focus largely on straight accountancy.


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Hi all does anyone know when I can get hold of the study book for this module or has one to sell? Many thanks


I have a client who publishes technical books so they are more likely to stay in date for several years and presumably more easily changed if held electornically


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Through the mire of the e-book versus paperback debate, there appears to

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I read a lot of business books, but despite giving lots of presentations I’ve never read one on the topic.

Two solid, blue coloured, second edition paperbacks do what they say they do in their titles, explains Gail Purvis.