HTFT Partnership

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Providing an innovative approach to AAT, ACCA and CIMA training Different students have different learning styles.

HTFT Partnership offers a range of courses towards AAT, ACCA and CIMA Professional qualifications and we believe our student should not view their study as being separate to the workplace but rather should understand how they will utilise their studies in their day-to-day work and be able to contextualise the studies as being supportive in their development as fully qualified finance professional

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AAT AAT gives you the practical skills and confidence to boost your job satisfaction + earning potential


A new report from AICPA® & CIMA® demonstrates the advanced skills needed of the finance function for meaningful collaborations.

Photos from AAT's post 27/05/2024

New PQ magazine – has ACCA covered
Sitting the June exams? Well, the latest PQ magazine has tips from PM to AAA! That’s six pages of tips.
Check it out at:
In the news we take a look at a results publication date change for December 2024, and the increase in the exams fees, which come into effect for September’s exams.
You can also read about how ACCA won Accountancy Body of the Year at the recent PQ magazine awards. ACCA PQ Grazia Maria Pia Salcuni also walked off with the PQ of the Year trophy.
Top tutor Sunil Bhandari looks at the key players in the ACCA AFM exam. And Chris Cain explains how to pass SBL, and together we are offering June SBL sitters the chance to access a free mock written just for them. Just send an SMS to +07973508793.
ACCA writes for PQ magazine every month too and this month it explains it’s five point plan for saving the planet.
There’s lots more too in
Don’t forget you can sign up for your own free subscription, where Tom regularly writes, at
PQ magazine – a free resource for all accountants, wherever you are, and whatever stage and qualification you are studying!


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New ACCA mocks for June 2024
The new set of mock exams for ACCA’s Applied Skills and Strategic Professional exams will be made available to students week commencing 13 May on the ACCA Practice Platform. A new set of debrief videos will also be released on 17 May to try and encourage students to sit the mock before looking at the debrief. Students will be notified via email of their availability along with access information.
In addition to the regular InSession weekly student support emails, ACCA has planned additional student support events in the lead up to June exams.
These include weekly InConversation slots on YouTube, a series of online Get Ahead sessions exams and a full suite of exam focus webinars.
Full details of these can be found on our new support and resource plan page on the Education Hub.
Good luck everyone – remember the next issue of PQ magazine out on Friday will have six pages of tips for the June sitting. Go to

Photos from ICAEW's post 13/05/2024

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Monetary company size thresholds are set to rise by 50% from October 2024. Read how businesses will be affected here:


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Staff need support to speak up about unethical practices in the workplace – we look at how to create effective whistleblowing policies that break down barriers:


Bringing accountants into materiality testing early on is vital – not just for better reporting, but more effective ESG strategies. Find out more:


“The moment you have protected an individual, you have protected society.” The wise words of Dr. David Kenneth Kaunda.

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ICAEW's latest Business Confidence Monitor finds UK business confidence has more than tripled, but sluggish investment points to ongoing economic challenges.

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Audit at the crossroads
No-one it appears, neither current audit professionals nor prospective entrants, sees audit being a proper career choice unless they can achieve a work-life balance, are paid proper money, and work in a supportive environment.
Audit professionals also want to see transparent career pathways and inclusive work environments.
Hardly surprising then that many young audit professionals plan to leave their current employer either within the next 12 months or within a few years.
A new extensive study by ACCA and the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand found audit at a pivotal junction, with professionals expressing concerns about the lack of career satisfaction and concerned about the prevailing practices currently found in audit firms.
And, it was achieving a work-life balance that mattered most. Survey respondents suggested too that there was an urgent need to address at times unsupportive cultures within firms, which can impair wellbeing and work-life balance.
The study said firms may be taking steps to address these problems, but their initiatives may lack “visibility”.
Remuneration ranked as the second most important factor in the study, reducing the attraction and retention of talent in the audit profession in most regions.
Auditors felt that the intensive workload during busy seasons is not adequately compensated for. This was in turn demotivating, and if it remains unchecked could further impact the attraction and retention of talent in the future.
And, as the authors of the report said pay will always be considered inadequate if the impact of a poor work-life balance is not addressed.
There is also a perception of a lack of variety of work for auditors. The rise in regulatory requirements and standards has heightened the demands of the job, often causing audits to feel more like a compliance exercise rather than a value-adding service.
However, the authors of the study said the interest in sustainability reporting and assurance presents opportunities to attract, develop and retain staff.
Technology can also play a part in attracting people to the profession. Survey findings reveal a strong interest in advanced technologies as many individuals considering entry into the audit profession.
Antonis Diolas, head of audit and assurance at ACCA was concerned that the study found an absence of a common understanding and unified purpose with the audit profession. He went on: “This not only inhibits perspective candidates from entering the profession on the first place, but it also hinders current professionals from recognising how their work generates value.”
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To help the profession recover from recent scandals and regain public trust, an ambitious four-year plan puts ethics at the heart of corporate decision-making.

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Blake is flexing a budget using a spreadsheet.

The original budget figures are in column B with the revenue in cell B4 and the expenses below. The flexed budget is to go into column C. The original plan was to sell 50,000 units and the company actually sold 52,000 units.

These figures are in cells B2 and C2 respectively. What formula will Blake put into cell C4?


This year’s ICAEW Achievement Award winner, Edward Ouko, faced huge resistance in his role as Auditor-General of Kenya. Despite the threats, he stood his ground.

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Pass rates announced for March 2024 ACCA exam sitting

Pass rates have been announced by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) for students who sat their exams in March 2024.

88,029 entered for the March sitting, which saw 102,626 exams completed. A total of 3,548 students completed their final exams to become ACCA Affiliates.

Commenting on the latest exam results, Alan Hatfield, executive director – content, quality and innovation, said: ‘It’s great to see a strong set of results from the first exam session of the year. We’re pleased to see so many students making progress towards their goal of ACCA membership and congratulate all successful students from the March session.

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Mark your calendars! On April 23 at 10am ET, the University of Oxford Saïd Business School presents a webcast on AI ethics and safety. Delve into the implications of upcoming AI regulation with expert insights from Professor Matthias Holweg. Don't miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve for this free event!

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