Member Since: 2nd Apr 2008
9th May 2016
Me too I am afraid. I wasn't particularly "active" although I religiously had a nosey every day.
Not anymore I'm afraid. I am all for change if it improves something - cant say that's the case here.
Wasn't broke, but was fixed - shame :(
25th Mar 2016
There are lots of course available, such as ATT or AAT which will give an excellent grounding in accounting and tax. I am not certain but I would think they would also offer exemptions from the ACCA exams.
ACCA also no I believe do CAT course which can be gained on route to he full ACCA qualification.
However I share the concerns of Jakarmi - having been a bookkeeper for only 4 months and having graduated 3 years ago - I would think this is way too big a job to take on meantime.
9th Mar 2016
Just wanted to have my profile picture appear on this thread :)
4th Feb 2016
I am entering my 14 hour in the office today.......
I wish I only had a 1.30 difference in what i am looking at right now :)
28th Aug 2015
Claiming that name...........
stepurhan wrote:I'm not sure what sort of music they'd make though.coolmanwithbeard wrote:...Disco full of sheep...
That is a brilliant band name!!
If you gents dont mind, I will be suggesting a namechange (whilst I'd be happy to compensate you both for coming up with the name - we aren't very good, generating any income at all will be a challenge).
2nd Jun 2015
Whilst I can see the obvious benefit to the lender in seeing the accounts, I was slightly surprised the lender was switched on enough to ask.
2nd Jun 2015
Maybe this is the norm, but can the bank even request a copy of the accounts?
I've been out the practice loop for many years now, but surely the SA302 would give the bank all they needed without the need for accounts, audited or otherwise.
Pretty sure my multinational employer wouldnt provide its accounts for my loan/mortgage application - although slightly different I agree!
20th May 2015
Agree with above
I had a similar situation a year or so back where the taxable profit was almost wiped out by a large AIA claim.
It was a very hard slog to get the mortgage lender to understand, let alone agree to funding, despite previous years and projections. The above method should remove that difficulty.
16th May 2015
13th May 2015
I too was curious