Videos and audio

Here you can find a selection of video and audio content produced by the ATT. The videos cover the following areas:

 

Educational videos for children/young people

 

What is Tax

 

 

What does your Payslip mean?

 

 

Different types of working

 

 

The wonderful world of VAT

 

 

*NEW* A Career in Tax

 

 

 

ATT Qualifications

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ATT Foundation Level Qualifications

 

 

ATT Transfer Pricing Qualification

 

 

 

Membership 

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Volunteering for tax professionals

 

 

Benefits of being an ATT member

 

 

HMRC's Agent Forum - top tips for members

 

 

Volunteering with the ATT

 

 

A closer look at volunteering - the ATT Technical Steering Group

 

 

 

 

Educational videos for taxpayers

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Claiming tax relief for common employment expenses

 

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Tax relief for homeworkers

 

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*NEW* How to Check and Change your Tax Code

 

 

*NEW* How to Read a Form P60

 

 

*NEW* How to Pick a Tax Adviser

 

 

*NEW* How to Spot HMRC Scams

 

 

*NEW* Tax Free Childcare

 

 

*NEW* Tax Issues for High Earners

 

 

*NEW* Tax Relief on Home Working

 

 

*NEW* High Income Child Benefit Charge

 

 

*NEW* How does Tax on Savings Income Work?

 

 

 

Past ATT students share their experiences

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Listen to past ATT students share their experience of studying for the ATT qualification.

 

 

 

 

Careers in tax

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Hear from ATT members about their career in tax, and where the ATT qualification has taken them

 

Our technical team in the media 

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On 5 April 2023, our technical officer Helen Thornley appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Money Box Live to talk about the new tax year.  A recording of the show is available on BBC Sounds.

Helen made another appearance on Money Box Live on 4 November 2023 to discuss how rising interest rates can give rise to tax liabilities for savers. The recording is available on BBC Sounds, with Helen appearing from approximately 9 minutes in. 

In early 2024, a number of media outlets covered the requirement for digital platforms to report information about some sellers' transactions to HMRC. This was widely misreported, becoming known as a new 'side hustle tax', and our Technical Officers appeared on the following BBC Radio shows to explain the measures and dispel some inaccuracies:

 

On 18 January, Emma spoke on BBC Radio Kent's Breakfast Show (from 2hr 41 mins) to talk about the Self Assessment filing deadline, as well as covering the digital platforms reporting requirements.