TaxPersonal TaxNew look for AccountancyAge.com

New look for AccountancyAge.com

We are sure you will enjoy the revised site, which has been designed for quick and easy navigation.

We have broken down the services on offer into the key sectors for financial professionals working today: practice, business and tax. We have also expanded our service for part-qualified readers and retained our dedicated coverage of IT, public services, industry events and of course jobs.

But this is only the beginning of the changes that you will see at AccountancyAge.com over the coming weeks.

We will continue to offer finance news as it happens but we will be expanding coverage of all our sectors as well as offering readers a number of new services encompassing training, tax and business development.

Watch this space for further exciting changes.

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