Barrie Kenyon of Green & Co speaks to the ACCA online about how accountants can adjust to working long hours during busy periods. Deloitte’s global 2016 Millennial Survey shows that when salary and other financial benefits are removed from the equation, good work/life balance stands out as the primary factor when evaluating job opportunities. But what … Continue reading Barrie Kenyon Features on the ACCA Online
As featured in this weeks South Wales Argus, Sarah Lewis, a member of our accounts department here at Green & Co, received an award for her final year of ACCA studies. We are all very proud of Sarah, who is now fully qualified. Click here to read the full article.
A new report by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has questioned whether the next inevitable step of business is the introduction of robots in the workplace. Fear not, Hollywood fans! In this case we don’t mean walking, talking robots sent back in time to enslave us, rather software tools that are designed to … Continue reading Automate Your Accountant!
Coverage in yesterday's South Wales Argus of achievements by Lucy Whittington, one of our newly qualified accountants:
Today's South Wales Argus introduces our new trainees:
Accountants in the Past Accountants have undoubtedly been employed in some form or another since as far back as we can remember. In the Middle Ages, someone had to calculate how many eggs the chickens could lay and estimate how much grain to store for the winter, as well as counselling the King on the … Continue reading Why Your Business Needs An Accountant
Everyone at Green & Co would like to congratulate Jenny Fielding on passing her Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA) exams, the highest level of tax qualification in the UK. After first attaining her ACCA qualifications, Jenny (pictured below) chose to do two years of additional study in order to become a specialist in tax. Passing all … Continue reading Chartered Tax Advisor Qualification for Green & Co
Green and Co are very proud to announce that two of their staff have received commendations from the ACCA Examination Board. Leanne Flanagan and Lucy Whittington (pictures below) were two of only five students to receive a commendation recognising their performance in year 3 of their studies. Well done Leanne and Lucy.