Tax policies

With the June 8 election fast approaching, lets take a look at the tax policies outlined in the Conservative and Labour manifestos. Income Tax The Conservative Party have renewed 2010 pledges to increase personal allowance to £12,500 and increase the threshold for the higher rate tax band to £50,000. Labour, meanwhile, have promised that only the […]

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ICAEW Careers Day

Archan and Zoe attended the ICAEW Careers day in London last week to get an insight of what future employers and the ICAEW are looking for from the future graduates. ICAEW have been working closely with the top accounting firms to see what’s missing when they look to recruit students and they came up with the following […]

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Accounting and Finance Social

Big thank you to everybody who came to the Fancy dress Quiz at the Frog and Fiddle last week. We set the night off with a general knowledge quiz, then some unplanned, however outstanding stand up acts in between rounds. Nathan kicked it all of with some soulful Sister Act, being supported by his three nuns who […]

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Have you got finance covered?

Accounting and Finance Lecturer Zoe New held a workshop called ‘Have you got financed covered’  at the Growth Hub yesterday. The workshop welcomed businesses from Cheltenham and Gloucester to really look at what their business objectives were and how these could be aligned with KPI’s. Zoe used Kaplan and Norton’s Balance Scorecard to get the business owners to really think about was […]

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