Recently, accountants were overheard claiming they did not like being identified in public as members of the profession. However, Jim Hoyle, who works for broker Hargreaves Lansdown, likes to shout it from the roof tops. In fact, on his latest holiday, cycling down the Nile to raise money for MENCAP, he got out his trusty Accountancy Age at every rest-stop to make sure all the locals knew which esteemed profession he was from. But we have a question Jim. Where do you stow the Age when riding? You seem to have no courier’s bag to help carry documents. No answers on a postcard please.
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