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Exam timetable, Accountants and Auditors' Association (2nd of 3)

This elegantly printed timetable gives the details of the qualifying examinations for the Accountants and Auditors' Association. Set up in 1898, the AAA at first did not require its members to sit qualifying exams. However by 1906, when this timetable was produced, the AAA set the same exams as its rival accountancy organisation, the Incorporated Institute of Accountants (IIA).

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Reference: Michael Fowler, From inkwells to e-mail: the story of accounting in Hawke’s Bay. Taradale: Eastern Institute of Technology, 2005, p. 91

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Philip Colquhoun, 'Accountancy - Accounting and accountants’ organisations', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 14 June 2024)

Story by Philip Colquhoun, published 11 Mar 2010