AAT/ATT Qualified Payrate?

AAT/ATT Qualified Payrate?

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I am considering how to release my time in order to grow my business and am thinking of taking on a part-time AAT/ATT qualified individual part time. My office is based in the MK area and just wanted to get a feel for the going pay rate at the moment?

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By mrme89
29th May 2013 11:36

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More factors to take into consideration such as age, experience and the work they will be doing.  

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By MattCTS
29th May 2013 11:45

I envisage it being someone who is fairly newly qualified (age not an issue), not looking for a full-time role at the moment. The main areas would be basic tax return (individual and company), sole trader accounts prep, payroll and bookkeeping.

Hope that helps....

 

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By dynamo1227
29th May 2013 11:48

Age?

Age surely can't be a consideration?

I'm pretty sure it can only vary for experience and role.

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By mrme89
29th May 2013 11:57

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dynamo1227 wrote:

Age surely can't be a consideration?

 

A 35 year old AAT qualified will command more than a 19 year old AAT qualified. So age is relevant to the thread.

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By dynamo1227
29th May 2013 12:12

Age

mrme89 wrote:

dynamo1227 wrote:

Age surely can't be a consideration?

 

A 35 year old AAT qualified will command more than a 19 year old AAT qualified. So age is relevant to the thread.

 

As a 19 year old finishing his level 4 AAT i would not agree a 35 year old with possibly the same experience in accountancy should be paid more.

All of the people i study with are older than me and have no more experience in accounts than me.

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By Carlos_Fandango
29th May 2013 11:51

I think you'll be lucky to get a part-time AAT/ATT, unless you look at a new mother returning to work - which could suit them down to the ground.

As for salary, £18,000 - £20,000 pro-rata, dependant on experience.

 

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By NDH
29th May 2013 12:17

I would agree with Carlos_Fandango that £18-20k pro-rata seems about right.

 

Also agree with dynamo1227 age should be irrelevant, you would base it on experience and the quality of it. 

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By mrme89
29th May 2013 12:43

I never said 'should' be paid more. Just ask your fellow student who are older, I bet they earn more than you. To think they don't would be delusional.

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By kj
03rd Jun 2013 12:34

Actually you can't take age into consideration, it is illegal to discriminate someone due to their age, hence if the salary for the role is £18-20k advertise as such and people who currently earn more will not apply.

 

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