Your clients are facing an uncertain year as the economy continues to slowly recover from the pandemic, Brexit, and a global cost of living crisis. The impact of the war in Ukraine and conflict in the Middle East increase the volatility, as does a looming general election.

To retain your status as your clients’ trusted advisor, you need to understand the business challenges they face and stay up to date and confident about regulatory changes.

The Accountant’s Update Programme 2024 is the perfect course for accountants who want to be at the top of their game with the latest developments in UK tax, financial reporting, and regulation. It will also help you develop your skills and knowledge by tackling topical issues such as ethics, AI in accounting, and burnout.

Complete all your 2024 CPD in nine months and keep yourself informed, up to date and confident in the advice you give.

Technical updates in:

  • business simulations
  • business taxation
  • capital taxes
  • credit management
  • GAAP: accounting policies and estimates
  • GAAP: cash flow statements
  • GAAP: dilapidation provisions
  • GAAP: upcoming changes to the accounting standards
  • HMRC updates
  • indirect taxes
  • personal taxation
  • tax cases
  • UK budget and statement.

Professional updates in:

  • AI for accountants
  • diversity and inclusion
  • ethics update
  • Excel update
  • global trends
  • wellbeing and burnout.

Programme features:

  • 21 verifiable CPD hours across the year
  • complete at your own pace
  • facilitator to keep you on track
  • new content every month
  • topical news impacting accountants
  • verifiable CPD certificate on completion.

Quick updates in

News and commentary on events in and around the profession as they happen.

Key information

  • duration: 21 hours
  • exclusive ACCA member offer available.
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Disclaimer: This course is available for ACCA members, you may need your ACCA membership number to complete your booking. This course and outline is provided by a third-party course provider. All course bookings are subject to the terms and conditions set by the course provider. Please see individual supplier pages for full terms and conditions. ACCA takes no liability for bookings made with third-party suppliers.