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What flavour is your Accountant?

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One of the great joys of working as a ‘CIMA MiP’ (“Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Member in Pratice”) is that we are generally dealing with ‘small’ and ‘micro’ client firms (micro defined by EU regulations as firms with less than 10 employees/ £2m turnover; small defined as firms with less than 50 employees/ £10m turnover) and that we become involved in an enormous breadth and depth of subjects. 602 more words

Small Business

Subjectivity in FP&A

Some people are empiricists, who trust data over judgment, while some rely on intuition which is the other extreme of the spectrum. A typical FP&A situation requires balancing the two extremes since often time we come across questions where either we do not have enough data or it is too time consuming or costly to timely get data for a definitive conclusion. 618 more words

Finance And Accounting

The Advantages of Joining an Accountancy body as a Student Member

In today’s competitive graduate market a degree is not enough to guarantee a graduate finance position. Graduates who do not list student membership of a professional body on their cv or application are indicating to a prospective employer a lack of serious intent to work in accountancy and finance. 503 more words


Attend Global Live Online Classes from the comfort of your home

Studying for professional examinations (ACCA, FIA, CAT, CPA, CIMA and CFA) using Global Live Online Classes may be more efficient and practical than any other study method for many of you. 490 more words


Car of the day

Nissan isn’t all about sports car and GTR, they also have really good looking luxurious sedans.

The good thing is that they aren’t really expensive to buy at all. 11 more words


London School of Business & Certified Accountants is established by a non profit educational trust and has been teaching professional courses such as ACCA, IFRS etc. 205 more words