SISU 2016 Accounts

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  1. speedie87

    speedie87 Well-Known Member

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  2. dongonzalos

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    Whose the book keeper?
     
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    dongonzalos Well-Known Member

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    Also do we now know potentially how Mr Fisher is remunerated?
     
  4. NorthernWisdom

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    BTEC Economist that he is ;)

    But seriously, I find some of the recent things bizarre. When it comes to interpreting accounts I'd take an accountant's view over my own. And if I didn't agree with OSB's analysis my first thought would be to ask another accountant to see if their view tallied with his... not to go by my own desires as to what I hoped they meant.

    Everything has alternative views of representing whatever the base facts say, of course... but a wise man knows when to take counsel from others ;)
     
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  6. Nick

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    He keeps saying people weren't experts and how he files loads of accounts, but he didn't even realise they were SISU's and not CCFC's? He also didn't know about interest accrued / interest paid.

    What he basically means is he has made something up, and everybody else is lying to cover it up.
     
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    skybluebeduff Well-Known Member

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    I questioned his attendance to Sixfields and he went off on one, but that's because my personal stance on it is probably distasteful to others.
     
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  8. NorthernWisdom

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    /sighs

    I don't disagree that sometimes the passing of accounts (in a general sense, not really ours!) at times looks... dubious to an outsider (me!) but ultimately it's an auditor's business and reputation at stake if they do it wrongly, or dubiously.

    And even if I disagree with them, I'd be a moron to assume the accountants on this board don't know more about accountancy than... me.

    Still, the perils of twitter. In the good old days this'd be a chat down t'pub, and nobody would care.
     
  9. oldskyblue58

    oldskyblue58 CCFC Finance Director

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    out of interest what is his job anyone know?

    Personally I am filing accounts for clients every month.

    It seems the only person who doesn't understand what an audit is .................
     
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    You mean there was a day you couldn't converse in animated pictures???? :emoji_scream:
     
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    oldskyblue58 CCFC Finance Director

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    meaning of this
    ðɪs/
    pronoun
    pronoun: this; pronoun: these
    1. 1.
      used to identify a specific person or thing close at hand or being indicated or experienced.
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        "this is the captain speaking"
      • referring to the nearer of two things close to the speaker (the other, if specified, being identified by ‘that’).
        "this is different from that"
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      referring to a specific thing just mentioned.
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    determiner
    determiner: this; determiner: these
    1. 1.
      used to identify a specific person or thing close at hand or being indicated or experienced.
      "don't listen to this guy"
      • referring to the nearer of two things close to the speaker (the other, if specified, being identified by ‘that’).
        "this one or that one?"
    2. 2.
      referring to a specific thing just mentioned.
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      used with periods of time related to the present.
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      informal
      used in speech to draw attention to someone or something.
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    adverb
    adverb: this
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      to the degree or extent indicated.
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  12. Nick

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    If somebody does reply about this, can they just put job title rather than his actual place of work, company, location etc etc as that's not really fair.
     
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    oldskyblue58 CCFC Finance Director

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    Sorry NIck should have made clear, I certainly was not interested in who or where only the basis of his superior knowledge
     
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    oldskyblue58 CCFC Finance Director

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    still his increasing ire is giving me a good chuckle at least :hilarious::hilarious::hilarious::hilarious::hilarious:
     
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    Not going round with the heavies then?
     
  16. Nick

    Nick Administrator

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    I know, I just didn't want somebody to find it and post up the exact location in reply.
     
  17. oldskyblue58

    oldskyblue58 CCFC Finance Director

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    nooooo NW having too much fun laughing
     
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  18. Captain Dart

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    Just a bloke down the pub. Juggy
     
  19. wingy

    wingy Well-Known Member

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    Think I read on here or heard on CWR that he is a teacher?
     
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    Juggy? Teacher I think.
     
  21. Sky Blue Kid

    Sky Blue Kid Well-Known Member

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    Certainly isn't a maths teacher then!
     
  22. oldskyblue58

    oldskyblue58 CCFC Finance Director

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    thanks chaps I just wondered
     
  23. fernandopartridge

    fernandopartridge Well-Known Member

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    He's involved in education. Was a teacher (yes a teacher) at one point I think.
     

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