AAT has a big online community, it’s a busy place where AAT members can come together to chat, share idea, top tips and help one another through their studies. Earlier this year we realised that, if we wanted to help student members through Level 4, the best people to go to for tips and advice would be fellow AAT members.
25 September 2014
Bin the textbook. Employers are wise to the old trick of portraying strengths as a weaknesses, says careers expert Aimee Bateman
22 September 2014
Avid readers among you will know I wrote a blog post at the end of July outlining the proposed plans from HMRC in respect of DRD (Direct Recovery of Debts). In my post I expressed concerns over HMRC’s approach to the DRD consultation process in that, it by-passed the initial fact-finding and evaluation stage, a [...]
19 September 2014
Scotland remains a member of the UK, but with 45% of Scots wanting to leave the Union, the unionists’ last-ditch offer of fiscal guarantees may come back to haunt them.
18 September 2014
Don’t save good formatting ONLY for the results of your work. Instead, focus on your spreadsheet as a whole. Deciding on a few rules for formatting will make your analysis more comprehensible to your team.
15 September 2014
Financial watchdogs are under pressure from debt charities and politicians to issue limits to the maximum interest rates and penalty fees charged by payday lenders, as an increasing number of Britons struggle to pay off their loans. We discuss the issue.
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