Awards

Awards

All six student accountants from Hereward Philips of Whetstone, London, have passed their final exams on the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Kevin Jones, Debbie Keevil, James Howgego, Rahul Shah (above, left to right, back row), George Yiallourides and Alan McCormack (above, left to right, front row) – pictured with staff and training partner Colin Luke, second left, back row – are all planning to stay at the firm.

Resources & Whitepapers

The new rules of accounting

The new rules of accounting

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5 ways internal productivity can boost your profitability

5 ways internal productivity can boost your profitability

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Crushing the Four Barriers to Growth

Crushing the Four Barriers to Growth

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Make MTD work for you

MTD Make MTD work for you

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