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Accountancy Age turns 30

Forget the launch of the euro and put aside your fears about the millennium, we are having a birthday party... Accountancy Age is 30

The high point of the celebrations to mark the 30th anniversary of our launch will be the revival of the profession’s premier national awards. The Accountancy Age Awards for Excellence 1999 will be presented at a gala evening at the Natural History Museum in November. Before that, golfing readers will have a chance to show their mettle in our birthday-year Accountancy Age Golf Masters, culminating in a final at the PGA champion-ship Forest of Arden course in September. Look out for a host of other special features throughout the year, celebrating 30 years as the only independent voice of the accountant.

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