Monday, 2 July 2007

Accountancy matters

Dear Readers, a survey of Robert Waters notes that there is a shortage of accounants.
Accountancy is seen as a general way into business so that banks and commercial companies
are having to take non-qualified staff for internal accounts. Small companies can use
the services of accountancy practices. For instance, in Kingswood, Bristol you could see what
Evans & Partners has to offer in terms of tax, accounts and payroll. It aims to take the
strain over red tape.
Bristol is also famous for its nightlife and was once considered the cultural capital of Wales
before the renaissance of Cardiff. The city is famous for the friendly rivalry between its
two clubs although a Gashead once told me that the main problem with Bristol was that there
were too many City fans on the council. Bristol Rovers will have to play a few games
in Cheltenham next season following their amazing promotion.

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