Tax Apprenticeship (ATT) (2017 Start)
At MHA MacIntyre Hudson our approach is always personal, and in a changing world, our support is a such, we look for individuals with the potential and the commitment to meet the ever evolving requirements of our clients.
The ATT qualification involves professional training delivered by a leading training provider on a block release basis, allowing you to come back to the office and apply - in practice - the knowledge you have gained. You will also receive extensive internal and on-the-job coaching and support.
You'll have client contact from the very start, that's why your ability to build great business relationships is just as important as your ability with numbers.
As a Tax Apprentice you'll start off by learning the fundamentals, including carrying out technical tax research, producing tax computations, advising clients on their tax requirements and negotiating with HM Revenue & Customs.
As your technical knowledge, commercial acumen and confidence grows, you'll have the opportunity to begin advising clients on their tax affairs.
What we offer you we'll make sure you have the right experience, personal development and training to make your career stimulating and rewarding.
We'll carefully balance your practical experience to reinforce your professional training. Combined, these two crucial elements will help you achieve your qualification.
Along with your peers, you will be assigned mentors who will support and guide you as well as dedicated tutors who will ensure your progress and development is on track.Requirements and prospects Desired skills
Familiarity with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook is essential.Personal qualities
- Able to build strong relationships
- Attention to detail
- Takes pride in work and delivering outstanding service
- Great verbal and non verbal communication skills
- An ability and passion to solve complex problems
We do not require Tax Trainees to have a business or financial background. However, we do ask that applicants for our ATT trainee programme have at least 280 UCAS points at A-level, or equivalent, all achieved during the same exam year and excluding General Studies.Future prospects Many of those who have joined us as ATT students have gone on to study the CTA qualification and become chartered tax advisers, become managers and ultimately leaders of our Firm. We can offer a structured career path for those with ambition and the determination to develop a career in the profession. Things to consider Please ensure you have obtained or are expected to achieve the required minimum entry requirements. Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage (ANMW): The National Minimum Wage for Apprentices is £3.40 per hour from 1st October 2016. This is the legal minimum pay per hour applying to 16-18 year old apprentices and those aged 19 and over in the first year of their apprenticeship. For apprentices 19 or over who have completed their first year and are continuing their apprenticeship, the National Minimum wage appropriate to their age applies.