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Students E-Newsletter - April 2017
Join the new IAB Facebook group to gain further support for your studies

We have launched a new Facebook group for IAB students and professional members. The aim of the group is to provide further support to you and a platform where you can interact with fellow students and get to know each other. The group can be used for discussions relevant to studying or the bookkeeping profession, and can be used to post any queries you may have. We hope this group will provide more support to you in your studies and careers. To request to join the group visit:

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Under 21s hit by soaring ID fraud

Identity fraud is at its highest level in 13 years ago, with almost 173,000 recorded frauds last year.

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Tickets selling fast for Europe’s largest business show

The Business Show 2017 is just weeks away, and 90% of the tickets have already sold. Europe’s largest business exhibition is back on 17–18 May at ExCeL London.

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Sign up for The Bookkeepers Conference

The IAB is once again sponsoring The Bookkeepers Conference, which is taking place on 12 June 2017 at The St John’s Hotel in Birmingham.

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Young hit hard by UK housing crisis

The UK housing crisis has become so bad that even wealthy young professionals are being forced to rent in squalid conditions, according to new research from Citizens Advice.

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Time is running out to book your place at the IAB seminar

The IAB has arranged the first in a series of seminars for 2017. The seminar will cover topics including Making Tax Digital, automatic enrolment, FRS 102 and 105, and much more.

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International - Turkey to prioritise economy, including inflation, finance minister says

Turkey's government will prioritise the economy, including bringing down inflation and unemployment, and will not take tax measures that could further stoke consumer price growth, Finance Minister Naci Agbal told Reuters on Tuesday.

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