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Centres E-Newsletter - January 2017
A Happy New Year to all our centres!

Happy New Year from everyone at the IAB. We are looking forward to an exciting year ahead and we hope you have a very successful 2017!

The date for the IAB Tutor Workshop 2017 is 28th April 2017. Bookings are now being taken.

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New quid on the block

A new 12-sided £1 coin will enter circulation on 28 March 2017, with the Government launching a campaign urging the public to return round £1 coins by 15 October 2017.
The current £1 coin is being replaced for the first time in over 30 years

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The changing world of apprenticeships

Big changes are coming, and being an apprentice may mean something very different in the future, particularly from May 2017. The push comes from the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy.

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Wasp to blame for late tax return!

Each year HMRC receives a number of unusual excuses from Self Assessment customers who didn’t complete their tax return on time. Here are some of the best excuses during 2016

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‘Generation Next’ is ready to move

Young finance professionals are almost permanently looking for a career promotion or a jump to a new job, says a new global survey from the ACCA.

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Do you have any good news that you’d like to share with the IAB ‘centres community’? If you have any good news about your centre or your student's achievements please do get in touch with us

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International - Could you be a mentor on an international programme?

The Princes Trust is looking for people to volunteer as mentors for their International Leadership Programme (ILP). The ILP is an innovative 12 month programme that aims to develop leadership skills, inspire thinking about global issues and equip young people aged 25-35 to take action and make a long-lasting and positive impact in their local communities.

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