40th anniversary special report

by Paul Grant

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11 Mar 2009

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In 2009, Accountancy Age celebrates 40 years of bringing you the latest news and in-depth analysis of the issue that matter to the profession.

In this special report you can view all the coverage of our 40th anniversary celebrations, including the ability to view the very first issue online. Make up you own mind on how much, or how little, accountancy has changed over the last four decades.

Keep coming back as we will update this page with the new articles during the year.

Accountancy Age is 40!

Accountancy Age's first issue: view the PDF

40 years of Accountancy Age: now and then

AATV: 40 Years of Accountancy Age

Editors' favourite front covers (view this article as a pdf document)

Blogs

Accountancy Matters: How little has changed in 40 years

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