Financial reporting is a process that keeps track of the financial transaction of an organisation, whereas taxation is an amount charged by the government on a taxpayer. Both of these concepts are related, and understanding the basics of both the concepts can take you to great heights in your financial career.
This Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4 has gone beyond expectation to expand your knowledge on financial accounting and taxation. This course, with its well narrated modules, will explore the regulation of financial and accounting reporting to help you adhere to them as required. A few modules will guide you on how to produce accurate trial balance and other financial statements, all the while familiarising you with the accounting standards that define the basis of financial accounting policies and procedures.
The learning materials have done justice to the course title by delving into topics such as tax, international tax and tax in the financial statements. Furthermore, this course is also focused on discussing the lasb accounting framework and the ethics in financial reporting to bring you out as a highly sought after financial accounting professional within the industry.
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- Understand the regulation of financial and accounting reporting
- Explore the lasb accounting framework
- Discover how to produce accurate trial balance and other financial statements
- Familiarize with the accounting standards that define the basic of financial accounting policies and procedures
- Learn about tax, international tax and tax in the financial statements
- Discover the ethics in financial reporting
This course might suit anyone aspiring to get into or progress within the finance or accounting industry
- Learners must be age 19 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.
- A qualification at level 3 or above in any discipline.
This online course is assignment-based with learners being assessed upon the submission of a series of assignments. Once you successfully submit the assignments, students will gain a professional qualification. The assignments must be submitted to the instructor through the online learning portal. The assignments will be reviewed and evaluated, with feedback provided to the student on how well they have fared.
Please Note: Additionally, £79 is charged for assessment and certificate and you need to pay that when you are submitting your assessments only (It is not required to pay initially when you are registering). This payment can be paid into 04 installments when you are submitting your assessments.
Those who successfully complete the course will be issued the Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4 by the Quality Licence Scheme.
Course Code: QLS-05018
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With this certificate in your resume, you are sure to improve your candidature for a number of jobs in the finance or accounting industry. This certificate will also open up various career advancement and higher education opportunities. Below given are some of the jobs this certificate will benefit you in, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.payscale.com/career-path-planner,
- Accountant – £28,565 per annum
- Tax Accountant – £29,001 per annum
- Accounts Assistant – £18,883 per annum
- Accounts Executive – £22,243 per annum
- Staff Accountant – £24,115 per annum
- Accounting Assistant – £20,352 per annum
- Accounting Clerk – £17,609 per annum
- Accounts Payable Clerk – £19,801 per annum
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|1: Understanding the Accounting And Financial Reporting Regulations|
|Understanding the Accounting And Financial Reporting Regulations|
|2: Understanding the IASB Framework|
|Understanding the IASB Framework|
|3: What is Financial Statement|
|What is Financial Statement|
|4: Introduction to the IAS 2 Inventories And None Current Assets|
|Introduction to the IAS 2 Inventories And None Current Assets|
|5: IAS 38 Intangible Assets|
|IAS 38 Intangible Assets|
|6: Creating Producing Financial Statements|
|Creating Producing Financial Statements|
|Assignment Brief I – Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4|
|☑ Submit Your Assignment|
|(B) Assignment Submission I – Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4|
|7: The Cash Flows Statement|
|The Cash Flows Statement|
|8: Introduction to Group Accounts|
|Introduction to Group Accounts|
|9: Basic Principals of the Statement Of Financial Position|
|Basic Principals of the Statement Of Financial Position|
|10: What is Income Statement|
|What is Income Statement|
|11: Definition of Associate|
|Definition of Associate|
|12: Understanding the Accounting Standards|
|Understanding the Accounting Standards|
|Assignment Brief II – Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4|
|☑ Submit Your Assignment|
|(B) Assignment Submission II – Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4|
|13: IAS19 Employee Benefits|
|IAS19 Employee Benefits|
|14: Introduction to Tax|
|Introduction to Tax|
|15: Identify the Tax Types|
|Identify the Tax Types|
|16: Introduction to the International and Financial statement Taxation|
|Introduction to the International and Financial statement Taxation|
|17: Who is an External Auditor|
|Who is an External Auditor|
|18: Understanding the Corporate Governance|
|Understanding the Corporate Governance|
|Assignment Brief III – Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4|
|☑ Submit Your Assignment|
|(B) Assignment Submission III – Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4|
|19: Introduction to Ethics and Financial Reporting|
|Introduction to Ethics and Financial Reporting|
|20: Working Capital Management|
|Working Capital Management|
|21: How to Manage Receivables and Payables|
|How to Manage Receivables and Payables|
|22: Efficient Manage of Inventories and Cash|
|Efficient Manage of Inventories and Cash|
|23: Introduction to the Short Term Finance and Investment|
|Introduction to the Short Term Finance and Investment|
|Assignment Brief IV – Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4|
|☑ Submit Your Assignment|
|(B) Assignment Submission IV – Diploma in Basic Financial Reporting and Tax Revenue at QLS Level 4|