CEO Mark Farrar shares thoughts on the coronavirus crisis and how it affects AAT and our members.
When we come out of lockdown, the country will need really good accountants, accounting technicians and bookkeepers. So we need to be ready.
Keeping technical and practical knowledge up to scratch will be crucial to be ready for the aftermath. AAT has taken several exciting steps. It has launched a programme of weekly webinars (see below). Future Finance 2020 Online – a two-day digital learning experience will be available free, covering analytics, tax, digital accounting and crisis management. There will also be new e-learning modules, beginning in May, covering Corporation Tax, VAT, and Data Analytics.
Tax Update Series – available online
Tax expert Michael Steed takes you through latest tax changes affecting you, your business and your clients – including coronavirus. Webinars are free to members.
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David Nunn is Content Manager at AAT.