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What Are Assets, Liabilities and Capital?

If you are keen to train as an accountant, or perhaps you are already in the process of training, you’ll find the following three...
Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping 101

The term bookkeeping tends to mean different things to different people. Some individuals believe bookkeeping and accounting are the same thing (although accountants tend...
Fundamental Issues in Banking

Banking – Part 2: Fundamental Issues in Banking

In part one of our banking series, we scratched the surface on how complicated the sector is. Today we continue in that same vein...

Basic Accounting Principles You Should Know

  If you’re planning on entering into an accounting profession, it’ll help to familiarise yourself with the accounting principles. The principles are in place to...

What are the Accounting Standards?

  The accounting standards are principles that guide and standardise accounting practices. The acronym GAAP stands for ‘Generally Accepted Accounting Principles’. It’s a term used...
Open Banking

Open Banking – What Is It?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) isn’t the only contemporary conversation about consent; Open Banking is a new initiative that shares a few similarities...

Is an Accountancy Apprenticeship Right For You?

Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) has become an approved trainer of accountancy and finance apprenticeships as part of the government’s...
financial system

Banking – Part 1: The Financial System

Imagine a writer writing about writing. Confusing, right? The subject of writing is what the writer writes about. Still no clearer? Banks are part...

What Are the Accounting Principles?

  Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) are the most commonly recognised principles within accounting. They are adhered to by a wide number of companies all...
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