Nearly 7 in 10 women (67 %) are concerned about the impact that having children might have on their career according to the latest research we’ve commissioned here at AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians).
17 October 2014
HM Revenue & Customs has expanded its powers by increasing the amount of money it can take from workers’ salaries to recover unpaid tax bills, sparking fears that the taxman is intruding too much into people’s privacy.
14 October 2014
A three-day working week would create a happier and more productive workforce. So says Carlos Slim, the Mexican telecoms billionaire and world’s second richest man. The blog post from Angela Monagham explores how this model could possibly work.
9 October 2014
Elaine Clark is Managing Director of CheapAccounting.co.uk, one of the very first accountancy firms to launch entirely online back in 2007. Here Elaine talks us through how it all began and gives five top tips to budding entrepreneurs out there looking to make the jump.
7 October 2014
Giant supermarket chain Tesco hit the headlines when it was alerted by a whistleblower to £250m overstated forecast in profits for the first half of 2014. How did such a large accounting error occur?
2 October 2014
The annual membership survey, which began in 2010, helps us here at AAT to define our business objectives and goals. The survey allows us to understand members’ needs and expectations. We use the results to ensure levels of satisfaction are being met and surpassed at all levels, and that AAT membership is contributing to real achievement and progress in members’ careers.
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