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Scotland's Finance Secretary John Swinney is set to tell a gathering in Glasgow that Scottish pensions would be fully protected after independence. He will speak on the issue during the Institute of Chartered Accountants Scotland Pensions Conference.
The first minister said there would be "no difference" to the length of time given for firms to pay off their pension deficits after independence. Alex Salmond made the pledge to MSPs during First Minister's Questions. Accountancy experts had warned
Private sector pensions It concluded that responsibility for that accrued entitlement would be a "major feature" of any formal negotiations between the Scottish and UK governments. Scottish government to continue in the early years with existing UK
Most PUC (Commerce) students think they could take up BCom and that's all...But the fact is that Commerce students have a plenty of options. All you need to do is look around for add-on programmes, integrated courses and special subjects offered.
Currently, about 300,000 cheques are sent each day around the country. Cheques cleared in Greater Bangkok represent about 71 per cent of the total number in Thailand, and 89 per cent of the country's cheque value...It's like one clearing system and
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland would like to see a significant increase in the number of young accountants who are mentored by senior peers on ethical behaviour. BBC Scotland where he was head of news, said the organisation has an
First Minister Alex Salmond that he risks destabilising the country's public finances if he presses ahead with a campaign to seize control over corporation tax. Scottish Government prepares to publish a consultation paper on the controversial
He said that their knowledge and skills are useful in controlling costs and avoiding delays through efficient project management...He said that there was no dearth of opportunities in public service; they will have their fair share too...The Finance
Story continues below Armstrong, the subject of an investigation by the US Food and Drug Administration, denied the accusations. The allegations followed the publication a week earlier of a leaked UCI ''index of suspicion'' of all starters in last
Chancellor's key policies in last week's Budget, suggesting that taxpayer funds in Scotland would be better spent directly targeting businesses that are strapped for funding...Scotland on Sunday. "63,000 jobs were created (in EZs] between 1981 and