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Once-in-generation opportunity to fix tax advice market

Accounting Insight

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has responded to HMRC’s long-awaited consultation on “Raising standards in the tax advice market”, which closes for submissions today. 1] Its members collectively serve more 840,000 small businesses in the UK.[2]

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Proposed UK Bill Aims To Crack Down On Late Payments

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The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) is in the midst of a campaign to fight the problem, with three changes. Late payments can also be counterproductive in terms of productivity, and can also have other effects, like minimizing well-being and causing stress to business owners.

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Omoniyi Osunsanya, has said the district will attract youths in secondary schools, tertiary institutions, and graduates to the accounting profession. “We

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UK Accounting Trade Group Weighs In On Late Payments

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The proposals come from the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), and the trio of measures would, as reported by Building , change the nation’s Prompt Payment Code. To that end, U.K. politicians from both sides of the aisle have backed a series of proposals that seek to curtail late payments across supply chains in the country.

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Where SMEs Stand At 2016’s Midpoint

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19% of SMEs turn to Google for accounting advice , the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) found. “Being confident in yourself and your idea is excellent,” said AAT Head of Business Development Rob Alder, “but you should still ensure you get as much advice as you can, from multiple sources.”

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Anti-money laundering and accounting: 2024 predictions

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Already a group representing 13 accounting bodies is strongly opposed to the idea of a centralised regulator. It’s clear that there was a nervousness around the reforms before they were announced.

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Suppliers’ Late Payments Woes Expand Across Borders

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too, continues its own late payments fight, with the Association of Accounting Technicians recently describing the government’s own efforts to combat late payments in the construction sector as “insufficient.” Closes In On Construction.