Why did the ICAEW need to recruit 125 more staff in 2006?
Why do they need to put the fees up by 4%, given that they show a net income of almost £1M in 2006?
Why did the ICAEW backtrack on the setting a separate ethics paper?
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Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Posted by Ken Frost at 4:21 PM
Labels: ethics, exam, icaew, subscriptions
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I have always voted against an increase in subscriptions and actively encouraged as many others as possible to do the same. Who in his right mind is voting FOR the annual increase? If the vote count is correct,we're beginning to get what we deserve here,Ken.ReplyDelete
The trouble is Graeme, ICAEW win the vote if the majority of those who vote vote in favour.ReplyDelete
Those who are fed up with the ICAEW, are most likely those who cannot be bothered to vote.
As you say, we deserve what we get!