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Q&A with the International Association of Book-keepers (IAB)

Why should somebody become a member of the International Association of Book-keepers? IAB membership is an excellent way of indicating you are fully qualified and competent in providing bookkeeping and related services.  Membership allows you to use IAB more

Q&A with the Association of Chartered Certified Accounts (ACCA)

What makes the ACCA Qualification so important and relevant today? Qualifying with ACCA is your first step towards a successful career in accountancy, business and finance. The competition for graduate jobs is fierce – which is why you should choose a career more

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VAT Accounting, Preparation and Sub...

Next start: 11th Apr 2015

Price: £250.00 £150.00

Where: London

Almost every business has to submit VAT Return. Knowledge of how to prepare and submit VAT Return can help you standing out of the crowd of job...

AAT Level 4 - Unit: Business Tax

Next start: 01st Sep 2015

Price: £667.00 £400.00

Where: London

After successful completion of this unit, students are expected to know key areas like: Completing corporation tax returns and supporting...

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  • Association of Taxation Technicians
  • Formed in 1989, the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) provides specific qualifications for those who execute tax compliance work. It is a charity as well as a professional organisation which works primarily for the public’s welfare to promote the study of the administration and practice of taxation. The ATT qualification provides a robust grounding in UK taxation with its accompanying laws and accountancy principles - on completing this qualification successfully you will be awarded the title of ‘Taxation Technician’, enabling you to pursue a career in taxation or related fields.

Related careers: Tax Adviser

Tax advisers work to ensure that their clients' tax payments and records are complete, up to date and legitimate. This can mean conducting audits to make sure records are complete, checking tax returns are correct or advising clients on ways to reduce the amounts paid in taxes. They often collect and interpret data to produce reports or presentations for clients. They are usually employed by accountants or solicitors to work as consultants for a wide range of clients such as private companies or individuals. There are two main areas of work: tax consultancy – this...more