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Students E-Newsletter - May 2017
Notice of IAB Annual General Meeting

The IAB’s 43rd Annual General Meeting will be held at 10:45am on Wednesday 28 June at Canning House, 14/15 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8PS. This notice includes further details of the AGM, including information on the election candidates and a copy of the unaudited accounts for the year ended 31 December 2016. You are also able to access a downloadable form that you can use to vote by proxy.

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Mental health issues on the rise

Worrying new research has found that physical and mental health issues are affecting nearly half of all accountancy students at a major accountancy body.

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Morning ritual that can help you study better

Brian Scudamore, CEO of O2E Brands, has set out six ‘morning rituals’ that he believes will make you productive all day.

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A ‘Sherlock’ memory is possible!

Sherlock Homes used it and so should you! The ‘Method of Ioci’ memory technique really can double or even treble the number of facts you can retain.

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Takeaway to success

The pressure of exam revision often leads to more takeaways, and apparently they might not be as bad as you thought – as long as you make the right choices!

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Can exam cheats prosper?

A leading national newspaper has discovered there has been a 42% rise since 2012 in exam hall cheating cases involving gadgets such as mobile phones and hidden earpieces.

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IAB raises the profile of bookkeepers at The Business Show

As you may have seen from previous e-newsletters the IAB attended this year’s Business Show at the ExCeL in London which took place on 17th and 18th May. 

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International - Greece adopts more austerity measures in bailout bid

Greece's parliament has approved a new package of austerity measures needed to release the next instalment of its multi-billion-dollar bailout.

The tax rises and further cuts to pensions were sought by Greece's foreign creditors.

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