Build your knowledge on UK taxation relevant to business. You'll learn about the computing of business taxation, preparation of tax returns and how taxation has an impact on the running of a business for sole traders, partnerships and limited companies.
This module can be studied in isolation to build you knowledge in this specific area, or studied alongside other AAT accredited modules, to lead to an AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting.
Other modules available include:
Specifically, this module will cover:
- Completing tax returns for sole traders and partnerships and prepare supporting tax computations
- Completing tax returns for limited companies and prepare supporting tax computations
- Providing advice on the UK’s tax regime and its impact on sole traders, partnerships and limited companies
- Advising business clients on tax reliefs, and their responsibilities and their agent’s responsibilities in reporting taxation to HMRC
- Preparing tax computations for the sale of capital assets
You will complete online assessments.
You'll need to have completed the AAT Advanced Diploma in Accounting at Level 3 to study on this programme.
Tutors are qualified accountants with years of experience in industry and in delivering AAT qualification courses.
Work experience can help develop your skills and improve your job prospects for the future. We'll support students looking for placements.
This course will build your knowledge and understanding of UK business taxation, building your career prospects in this area.
To be awarded the full AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting you'll need to have completed all course modules. Other modules offered at Barking & Dagenham College include:
- Drafting and Interpreting Financial Statements
- Internal Accounting Systems and Control
- Personal Tax
- Applied Management Accounting
Successful completion of the full AAT Level 4 Professional Diploma in Accounting gives you options!
You can move into employment in fields such as Forensic Accounting or Corporate Finance, or specialise in taxation or insolvency.
If you want to continue your studies, you may be able to jump onto the 2nd year of accounting degree programmes of some Universities.
Whatever you choose, you can apply for full AAT membership. This will boost your employment opportunities.
You could also progress to study for Chartered and Certified Accountancy qualifications such as ACCA, CIMA or ICAEW.