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ACA- Accountancy books £40.00

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:8 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi guys, have realised i still have a host load of my accountancy training books here that i don't need. These would be handy for anyone looking to go into accountancy either ACA or ACCA here's the list.

IFRS (2007/08) International financial reporting standards
Auditing practices Board - Standards and guides (2007)

both have certain sections highlighted - since were used during exmas.

rrp of both is £90 total. Would happily take £20 (+p&p) each in light of the fact i've highlighted some pages (less than 1% in each book).
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am happy if people want to collect, live in cardiff.
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:8 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
i thought people would be dying for these!!!! :S if people are bored and wish to add a mocking comment then feel free! haha
#2
not even 1 mocking comment!
#3
I'll ask around my office, have a few guys studying at the mo!
#4
No luck!
#5
need to advitise on an accounts website or sage forum or somewhere like that
#6
The problem is, the majority of people who study for professional accounting exams are often working for a company who subsidise their books, fees, exams, etc. Not only that but quite a lot of course fees these days actually include the cost of the textbooks as well meaning that you don't have to go out and buy separate books.

I'm studying for my CIMA at the moment and my employer literally pays everything for me. My advice is that you advertise them on eBay or your local newspaper - someone is bound to want them through there.
#7
haha, cheers for trying guys! no probs, G
#8
Mates just started this at uni - just bought a book for £43


il ask him.
#9
Doesnt need

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