The ICAEW made a large loss in 2007
Net result before JDS £1,750K (2007) £5,433K (2006)
Funding of JDS £3,389K (2007) £1,671K (2006)
Net result after tax £(1,639)K (2007) £3,762K (2006)
The result is particularly poor given that income increased from £63,615K in 2006 to £69,052K in 2007, a rise of 8.5%.
It seems that "A substantial part of the Institute's expenditure was as a result of investment in people, with headcount increasing by 9.8% to 594".
Why do they use the Nu Labour word "investment", when we all know that they mean cost?
It is a sad indictment of our profession that a council and board of over 100 accountants cannot at least manage to break even.
I assume that we may expect further increases in our subscriptions.
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Thursday, May 08, 2008
Posted by Ken Frost at 4:55 PM
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Time to merge and generate economies of scale.ReplyDelete
With ICAS, yes.ReplyDelete
With CIPFA, CIMA, ACCA...no.
ICAS will never merge with ICAEW.ReplyDelete
In my humble view, that is a loss for both bodies.ReplyDelete
It is a sad indictment of our profession that a council and board of over 100 accountants cannot at least manage to break even.ReplyDelete
Let me put this right:
It is a sad indictment of our profession that a council and board of over 100 "ICAEW" accountants cannot at least manage to break even.
Says it all doesn't it!
Up the ACCA :)
Good point about the "ICAEW" part, I stand corrected:)ReplyDelete