AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) has become one of the latest organisations – and the first accountancy body – to sign up to the Women in Finance Charter.
AAT comments on the House of Lords Select Committee report The Draft Finance Bill: Making Tax Digital for Business.
On 14 March, an event was held in the Cayman Islands to inform students about AAT’s Accounting Qualifications.
Today’s announcement that these plans are to be abandoned for the duration of the current Parliament have been welcomed by AAT.
Philip Hammond promised a Budget that helps young people get the "skills they need to do the high-paid, high-skilled jobs of the future". The support shown to technical education will be broadly welcomed.
Brian Palmer, AAT tax policy adviser responds to the Budget.
Following recent accreditation by the Mauritius Qualifications Authority, AAT and BSP School of Accountancy and Management have joined forces to deliver high-quality accounting and finance courses in Mauritius.
AAT's tax policy advisor and director of education and development have commented on the Spring 2017 Budget delivered today by the Chancellor.
This year’s International Women’s Day comes after a year in which gender inequality in the workplace has come under the spotlight more regularly than ever before.
Half of school students aged 16–18 say they will consider an apprenticeship after leaving school as their route into employment, according to a new report commissioned by AAT.