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Why SMU Accountancy?
School of Accountancy Research (SOAR)
An accredited programme that provides a pathway for entry into the accounting profession from non-accountancy disciplines.
The SMU BAcc is designed to produce professional accountants who possess the attributes and skills that are needed to thrive in a knowledge-based economy.
The Budget Statement for 2015 will be delivered by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, in Parliament on 23 February 2015.
Ahead of the Singapore budget announcement, there have been commentaries by the various professional bodies and business leaders on the long term objectives for Singapore economy and its general population. Particularly on the economic front, there was a lot of discussion on the need to enhance Singapore’s competitiveness, raise productivity, and fine tune some of the tax incentives.
In collaboration with the Tax Academy of Singapore, and with the support of the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore, the Singapore Management University launched the SMU-TA Centre for Excellence in Taxation (SMU-TA CET) on August 5, 2014.
Congratulations to SMU School of Accountancy Alumni Annie Seah Yi' En (above left, Graduating Class of 2007) and Lim Kexin (above right, Graduating Class of 2005) who won both Young Accountants of the Year Awards in the inaugural Singapore Accountancy Awards organised by the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
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