AccountancyAge.com, the UK's fastest news-based community website for accountants and business professionals, is launched today. As well as providing the most comprehensive free accountancy news service on the web, AccountancyAge.com will give users a massive 30% discount on reports from Dun & Bradstreet, the world's biggest source of company information, until the end of this month. Registered users will automatically receive free Internet access and e-mail together with a choice of daily news bulletins on business, tax, practice, IT and public services. There will be links and content from all the key professional bodies and the Financial Services Authority, the Inland Revenue and Customs & Excise. Users will have the chance to win a case of champagne in a competition to predict the highlights of next Tuesday's Green Budget, which will be covered live on AccountancyAge.com. Launch features on AccountancyAge.com include an exclusive video interview with Paul van Buitenen, the European Commission whistleblower, while trade secretary Stephen Byers talks about his conversion to the Internet.
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