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- November 16, 2020 at 4:28 pm #595218tracyconlan
Hi Guys, Can anyone give me any tips for passing the tax exam. I was supposed to sit this exam in March but due to illness never got to and then June was cancelled so I am literally only starting to prep for it now and haven’t been in class from December.
I was fairly strong in the class as I had received a distinction for my accounts technician so I am hoping it will all come back to me, but are there any areas in particular I should concentrate on?
Any advice welcome 🙂November 21, 2020 at 5:17 pm #595984namah1
Hiya, I’m also sitting in December and was asking similar question not long ago but didn’t get any response either! I have managed to go through whole study text but there is a lots of rules to remember, and I already forgot some! I have now started my revision to refresh memory on all important rules and I have focused mostly on IHT, Income Tax and CT. I feel sort of confident with Income tax and IHT and VAT, however I still need to refresh my memory re. CT and Computation of Gains. I also know basic admin bits but I may need to re-read all important dates etc before the exam. How you getting on with your revision? I believe we should get some IHT question in section B or 10point question is section C and CT and Income Tax in 15 mark q in section C.
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