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- November 29, 2020 at 7:35 pm #597040anassada999Member
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I would like to know in exam what extent we can use abbreviation
for example in the kaplan text they have used
AIA for Annual investment allowance
FYA for first year allowance
TWDV for tax written down value
my doubt is are these abbreviations allowed
and i would like to know what is actually not allowed
where is the line we cross for not using abbreviation
its obvious we cant make our own abbreviation
just a general doubt as it will make a difference in typing speed
and in some cases make the completion of a paper possible or not for those with a bit of slow typing speed
just because we have to think and type as fast as possible
Hope you can answer this question as this will be the concern with a lot of individual facing time issuesNovember 30, 2020 at 11:13 am #597118Tax TutorMember
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It is only in Section C that workings are presented in your answers and as most questions are computational then the abbreviations that you see used in the answers to past exam questions shown in your revision kit and in the ACCA technical articles – for example the ones you list – may indeed be used.
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