Credit crunch special: guiding business through the storm

by AccountancyAge

24 Jul 2008

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The downturn is hurting and recession looms. Will accountants be the key to reaching safety?

The economy in crisis: what accountants can do; who is blaming the standard setters; why CSR will suffer; and how to save SMEs.

Click on the links below to read our features:

The outlook: ready for the worst
How the profession can steer a course through the downturn

SMEs: a route through the gloom
SMEs will be hit hard by economic decline but accountants can help ensure their survival

CSR: man overboard
Will corporate social responsibility be lost in the storm?

Standard setters: troubled waters
A declining economy has put standard setters in the spotlight

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