Accountancy Magazines


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Jules

Hi I am currently studying ACCA and was looking to subscribe to an
Accountancy Magazine. I have search the Web and the main ones seem to be
Accountancy Age and Accountancy Magazine; wondered what your thoughts were
on which is the best.

Thanks in advance

Jules
 
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Jon Griffey

Jules said:
Hi I am currently studying ACCA and was looking to subscribe to an
Accountancy Magazine. I have search the Web and the main ones seem to be
Accountancy Age and Accountancy Magazine; wondered what your thoughts were
on which is the best.

Thanks in advance

Jules
They are very different magazines. AA is the accountancy world's News
of the World. An interesting 15 min throwaway rag with the latest
gossip about which firm is being sued etc. Accountancy is a much more
in depth publication with more technical content and thus is probably
more suitable for a student. AA is free (I think just for CCAB
qualifieds) but Accountancy you have to pay for.




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Jon Griffey FCCA CTA
Hackett Griffey
Chartered Certified Accountants & Registered Auditors
2 Mill Road, Haverhill, Suffolk, CB9 8BD

Tel (01440) 762024

www.hackettgriffey.com

See website for disclaimers
 
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Jonathan Bryce

Jules said:
Hi I am currently studying ACCA and was looking to subscribe to an
Accountancy Magazine. I have search the Web and the main ones seem to be
Accountancy Age and Accountancy Magazine; wondered what your thoughts were
on which is the best.
Accountancy Age is good for the job ads, and for the gossip. Accountancy
Magazine is better if you want to actually learn about accounts.
 
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Peter Saxton

Hi I am currently studying ACCA and was looking to subscribe to an
Accountancy Magazine. I have search the Web and the main ones seem to be
Accountancy Age and Accountancy Magazine; wondered what your thoughts were
on which is the best.

Thanks in advance

Jules
I know it's a bit radical in this day and age but why don't you look
at both and make your own mind up?
 
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DoobieDo

Peter Sextoy said:
I know it's a bit radical in this day and age but why don't you look
at both and make your own mind up?
why bother when someone else can make your mind up for you?
sounds like an ideal candidate for accountancy
 
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Jon Griffey

Peter Saxton said:
I know it's a bit radical in this day and age but why don't you look
at both and make your own mind up?
Or like the rest of us, read Accountancy when a student and instead read
AA after qualifying.


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Jon Griffey FCCA CTA
Hackett Griffey
Chartered Certified Accountants & Registered Auditors
2 Mill Road, Haverhill, Suffolk, CB9 8BD

Tel (01440) 762024

www.hackettgriffey.com

See website for disclaimers
 
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Paul Garbett

Notice nobody is mentioning "Accounting and Business" which, to me, doesn't
seem to be worth the recycled bog roll its printed on. Good job is free.
 

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