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AAT launches new Knowledge Hub for members

AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) has launched a brand new knowledge hub for its 50,000 professional members, aimed at keeping members fully updated with the latest developments affecting tax and accounting.

The hub, which consists of several hundred articles, podcasts and e-learning materials, has been created following AAT member feedback calling for a single place where they can access technical content.

The launch comes after a successful BETA testing phase during which the product was exclusively available to AAT’s licenced accountants.

Fresh and exclusive content will be provided to members on the new site on a regular basis, including tax and regulatory updates along with thought leadership articles from accounting experts.

Andrew Williamson, Director of Marketing and Commercial, AAT, said: “This new knowledge hub will provide AAT members with an exceptional resource for accessing the latest information around regulations, tax and best practice. It allows quick and easy access to a great variety of technical content, and we know from speaking with a wide sample of our members that initial feedback has been extremely positive.”

Caroline Green MAAT (AAT Full Member) said: “Well done AAT for setting up the knowledge hub, which makes finding articles and e-learning a lot easier. The bookmark function is also very useful!”

AAT members can log in to the Knowledge Hub at aat.org.uk/knowledge-hub.

The launch comes after a successful BETA testing phase during which the product was exclusively available to AAT’s licenced accountants.