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Accounting body fees – to pay or not to pay ?

 
#1 Accounting body fees – to pay or not to pay ?
29/08/2006 09:34

Beancounter to deleted (#0)

I’ve just taken a job as a finance consultant by one of the top 20 largest firms in the UK, where membership of ACA / CIMA / ACCA is mandatory for all job applicants.

Having accepted the job, I now find that the firm will not my annual membership fees, telling me to claim them against my tax return instead. Is this usual in other consulting businesses ? At about £200 a year, or £120 after tax, it seems a bit steep for employees to take on their own shoulders.

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#2 RE: Accounting body fees – to pay or not to pay ?
29/08/2006 09:35

Beancounter to Beancounter (#1)

Sorry – the question was: do other consultancies typically pay this expense for finance consultants, or is it usual to expect fees to be paid by employees ?

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#3 RE: Accounting body fees – to pay or not to pay ?
29/08/2006 11:49

Village Idiot to Beancounter (#2)

In my experience, most firms will pay these fees for you.

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