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WHY CHOOSE THIS PAPER?

To complete the ACCA Qualification exams you must complete three Essentials papers (P1, P2 and P3) and then complete two from four Options papers (P4, P5, P6 and P7). The Options papers cover in depth the specialist areas of professional accountancy, namely: financial management; performance management; tax; and audit and assurance.

P6 Advanced Taxation is designed to enable candidates to be able to provide clients – both individuals and businesses – with the information and advice they require regarding the impact that the major taxes have on their financial decisions and situations.

If you have work experience in this area, or have ambitions to work in taxation, then this exam could be a good choice for you.

You should also think about how comfortable you are with the fundamental areas of taxation. There are materials in the section below which will help you reflect on the basic understanding of taxation and make a decision as to whether P6 is right for you.

HELPING YOU PASS THIS PAPER

Getting to grips with the fundamental areas of taxation will really help you succeed at P6.

The paper is mainly underpinned by F6 Taxation. You can see the relationship between P6 and F6 in the Essential underpinning knowledge for Options papers document.

ACCA has found that if you have a good knowledge of F6 then you are more likely to pass P6. New materials available from Kaplan, one of our Gold Approved Learning Partners – content, have been designed to help you understand the relevant fundamental knowledge underpinning the Options papers. These materials will be a worthwhile investment before you begin studying for the Options papers.

For more information on Kaplan’s Options papers products, visit their website.

Making the best options choices

The options papers are the final exam hurdle. Peter Redfern, ACCA qualifications manager, explains how choosing options papers which you are most comfortable with will, hopefully, improve your chances of success.

Last updated: 10 Oct 2013

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