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The AAT Accounting Qualification is universally respected and internationally recognised. Organisations such as Sainsbury’s, P&G, Morgan Stanley, the Ministry of Defence and many more continue to hire AAT qualified members for their knowledge, skills, diligence and enthusiasm, because AAT represents the highest standards of professionalism. 

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What is the deadline for filing my VAT Return?

The deadline for submitting your VAT return is usually one calendar month and seven days after the end of the accounting period. This includes the time for your payment to reach HMRC so enough time needs to be allowed. If you are using the Annual Accounting Scheme however, the due date will be different. 

Use our VAT Calculator to work out how much VAT you’ll pay.

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Video: Creating your cash flow forecast

by Informi

Cash flow is crucial to all businesses – particularly when considering small business and startup costs. In simple steps this short video will teach you the value of proper cash flow forecasting, describing some key accounting concepts such as net movement. It will lead you though through the process of creating a cash flow forecast and explains why such a forecast would be used in a business context.

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