Free online ACCA study materials, lectures and support for ACCA Accountant in Business (AB) Exam
New name for this exam from September 2020 – Business and Technology (BT/FBT)
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Nature of the ACCA AB paper
AB Exam – Accountant in Business – is a foundation paper which introduces a wide range of accounting and business terminology, and information about the business environment.
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Business and Technology (BT / FBT)
Accountant in Business (AB) is changing its name to Business Technology (BT) from September 2020. The change better reflects the existing exam syllabus and the increasing role technology has in the accounting profession. Whilst the exam title is changing, the exam syllabus is not impacted