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Welcome to our Key Hole Accounting section. Here we take a more light-hearted look at some world events through the lens of an accountant or financial expert.

In the Key Hole Accounting section, we dip into the worlds of sport, architecture and entertainment in a bid to discover how accountants have a significant influence on global level events. Spoiler alert – it’s not always good news for our accountant in question!

Find out how the House of Mouse missed the boat by going to mars, how Wimbledon and Milton Keynes share a relatively new, yet deep-rooted rivalry and how the Iron Bank of Bravos might be the key to guessing who wins the Iron Throne.

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Key Hole Accounting – The Real ‘Dons’

The majority of professional (and a surprising number of non-professional) football teams in the UK have a long and rich history that dates back...
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Key Hole Accounting – Is Neymar’s Transfer Fee Justifiable?

Every pre-season, before a ball has been kicked in anger, conversation inevitably turns towards the excitement/farce that is football transfers. No, we’re not talking...
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Key Hole Accounting – The Gender Pay Gap: What Is It? And Why Is...

Gender inequality is still alive and kicking in the UK. In February, we published a report on how gender prejudice is having a significant...
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Key Hole Accounting: Investor Profile – George Soros

Today we profile a truly legendary investor who has become one of the flag bearers for democracy around the world: George Soros. Black Wednesday Mr...
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Key Hole Accounting Government Borrowing: Does Debt Mean Dearth?

Government debt is often treated by the British press like an old uncle rolled out for Christmas: no one quite understands him, and he...
Robotic Automation

Key Hole Accounting: Attack of the Robots

What will the future look like? That’s a thought that’s crossed the minds of each and every one of us – usually while daydreaming...
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Key Hole Accounting: The Curse of Mars

In the first of our Key Hole Accounting series, we connect Mars, the House of Mouse and considerable profit loss.  Originating from a story by...
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Key Hole Accounting: All Change Please: Rail Fares – Are Customers Paying Too Much?

Today we focus Key Hole Accounting’s laser targeted financial critique rays on a topic that is likely to affect students and workers alike: rail...
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Key Hole Accounting: Rail Fares – Fair Reasoning or Loco Motives?

Running a car can really rack up the costs; it’s not just petrol that you need to pay for (£1,000 +), there’s car insurance...
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