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AAT Professional Diploma Accounting - Level 4 - Business Tax(Optional) - Online Classroom

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Price
£300 inc VAT
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Study method
Online with live classes
Duration
6 weeks, Part-time
Qualification
AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting - Level 4
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) not included in price, and must be purchased separately
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

AAT Professional Diploma(Level 4)This level builds on the knowledge you gained in the Advanced Diploma (Level 3). After qualifying you can work in accounting roles or progress onto studying chartered accountancy.

Business Tax (BSTX) (optional)

You’ll learn about UK taxation related to businesses. You’ll learn how to treat capital expenditure, adjust profits, the ramifications of late payments, and compute returns in an ethical manner.

Qualification

AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting - Level 4

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Description

AAT Professional Diploma(Level 4)This level builds on the knowledge you gained in the Advanced Diploma (Level 3). After qualifying you can work in accounting roles or progress onto studying chartered accountancy.

The course is made up of three mandatory units (also known as subjects), one synoptic unit, and five optional units. You must pass all the mandatory assessments, synoptic assessment, and two optional unit assessments to achieve the qualification.

Financial Statements of Limited Companies (FSLC) (Compulsory course)

  • Demonstrating knowledge of reporting frameworks and ethical principles relating to financial reporting, including key features of published financial statements
  • Learn to draft consolidated financial statements and statutory financial statements for a limited company, as well as interpreting them using ratio analysis

Management Accounting: Budgeting (MABU) (Compulsory course)

  • Study how to prepare and report budgets, forecasts of income and expenditure, and demonstrate how budgeting can improve organisational performance

Management Accounting: Decision and Control (MDCL) (Compulsory course)

  • Analyse a range of costing techniques to support the management accounting function of an organisation, including standard costing to improve performance, and statistical techniques to analyse business information
  • Master different financial and non-financial performance techniques to enhance value and aid everyday decision making

Professional synoptic assessment (PDSY): Compulsory

Accounting Systems and Controls

You’ll demonstrate your understanding by evaluating internal control systems within a business, and make recommendations to any weaknesses you find, to minimise the risk of loss. The synoptic assessment will also draw on your understanding from FSLC, MABU, and MDCL.

Unit assessment only (optional units - choose two):

Business Tax (BSTX) (optional)

  • Complete tax returns for sole traders, partnerships and limited companies – preparing any supporting tax computations
  • Understand how to advise business clients on tax reliefs, tax regime impacts and their and their agent’s responsibilities in reporting taxation to HMRC
  • Learn to prepare tax computations for the sale of capital assets.

Personal Tax (PLTX) (optional)

  • Analyse the theories, principles and rules that underpin taxation systems
  • Learn to calculate a UK taxpayer’s total income, income tax and National Insurance (NI) contributions, as well as how to account for capital gains tax
  • Cover the basics of inheritance tax

External Auditing (ETAU) (optional)

  • Understand the principles of auditing and importance of professional ethics, including evaluating the audited entity's system of internal control, audit procedures for obtaining audit evidence, and planning process

Cash and Treasury Management (CTRM) (optional)

  • Demonstrate use of statistical techniques and financial information to prepare cash receipts and payment forecasts, and evaluate cash budgets and track cash flows
  • Evaluate the principles of cash management, raising finance, and investing surplus within the context of regulation and government monetary policies

Credit Management (CDMT) (optional)

  • Develop skills to analyse relevant legislation, information and contract law that has an impact on the credit control environment, including assessing credit risk
  • Learn to evaluate a range of techniques to collect debts
  • Understand credit control evaluation in line with organisational policies and procedures, including presenting advice and recommendations

Tutor support
We will support you every step of the way throughout your AAT learning experience with us. You can contact a tutor and get the help you need quickly and easily.

Provided by our Tutors Support team (our dedicated team of expert tutors):
• Live chat (instant response via online messenger system)
• Email (we'll get back to you within 1 working day)
• Discussion forum (we’ll get back to you within 1 working day)
• Request a call back so you can speak to a tutor (we’ll arrange a call with you within 1 day).

Why study AAT with LGCA?

• Study anywhere, anytime on your laptop, phone or tablet through this fully online learning
• Award-winning learner management system (LMS)
• Immediate start
• Access to practice questions and mock assessments
• Topic focused learning modules, containing tutor-led bite-sized videos
• Engaging activities designed for effective online learning
• Integrated programme to guide you efficiently through the whole syllabus

Registration and Access

Once you complete an online purchase you will receive confirmation of account activation. Please allow 48 hours to get access to all the modules and for your eLearning account to be set up.

Who is this course for?

Live Online is perfect if you want the structure of a traditional timetabled classroom course, but you can't get to a LGCA training centre – because Live Online brings the classroom to you in real time.

You don't need any previous experience or qualifications to start studying AAT, just a willingness to learn! It'll give you a step onto the accountancy career ladder if you...

  • Have recently left school or college.
  • Work in accounts in a junior or administrative role.
  • Are thinking of changing career to become an accountant.

Did you know that accountancy is one of the most popular choices for people who want a new career path? Even though you need to be dedicated, you can easily fit AAT training around your work and personal life.

Salaries vary from job to job and city to city, but a typical entry accounts role could see you earning between £16,000-£24,000. Over time you could see this rise to as much as £37,000 as you progress and gain experience.

It also opens up further study options, including ACCA for finance and tax, or CIMA for corporate accounting where qualified salaries can exceed £60,000.

Requirements

You must be 16 or over and be competent in Maths and English to apply at Level 2.

If you have previous accountancy experience or A-Levels, you may be exempt from some exams.

Career path

With an AAT qualification, the world is your oyster! Whilst studying you'll develop the skills to get your first role as an Accounts Assistant. As you get further through the qualification, you'll be able to progress and even specialise with jobs such as Payroll Manager, Finance Analyst, Tax Manager and Bookkeeper becoming available.

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