Unit 10 help!

elc41elc41 New MemberPosts: 6Registered
I'm sorry if someone has ask this question already, but i could do with some help!

I work in a accountancy firm , there are three of us. i'm not sure if my situation is suitable for the project. I can not think of anything to write about.
would you suggest the simulation as my tutor is say it is really hard to complete.
I have a deadline for april, but having to have meetings with my tutor ever few pages I need some ideas soon!

Any advice is welcome!

thanks

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  • vishavisha Well-Known Posts: 218Registered
    If you are working in an accountancy firm you are ideally placed to write a work based project.

    It is definitely easier then the simulation and more rewarding. Further AAT requires you to produce a work based project unless you are not working in an accounting environment.


    See these two links

    http://www.aat.org.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=17375

    http://www.aat.org.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=17921

    Your problem will be that you may not be able to pick any of the topics mentioned on the list, but that should not stop you to write a project.

    The method and the principle do not change.

    The only thing that you have to consider is what do you and your colleagues specialise in?

    • Preparing VAT returns for your clients (bread & Butter) (carrier bag jobs)
    • Preparing monthly management reports
    • Preparing weekly/monthly wages
    • Preparing final accounts
    • Reviewing final accounts
    • Tax computations
    • Preparing for special investigations
    • Business analysis and implementing accounting procedures
    • Etc…………

    Your project is in two parts
    1) managing employee in your current accounting environment – common to all projects
    2) Specific weakness in your specialist topic- only you can look at what you could improve the work systems and procedure that you currently work under.
  • elc41elc41 New Member Posts: 6Registered
    hey thanks for all the information i really appreciate it!
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