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AAT L4 Credit Control

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Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom
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Level 4 Diploma in Accounting: Credit Control

This is a 2013 Level 4 study book for students of The Association of Accounting Technicians.

Note: If you are planning to join an AAT course, this book is NOT SUITABLE for you to use as it will be out of date. I offer it as information for any layperson who is interested in learning this topic.

NOTE: Although this is listed as ' to borrow', I am happy to offer it as 'free to keep' as long as it is again offered on Sharebay by the new keeper.

This unit is about understanding, and applying the principles of credit control in managing the granting of credit and collection of amounts outstanding from customers in an organisation, covering contract law, Data Protection Act, and insolvency.

1. Understand relevant legislation that impacts credit management
2. Use a variety of information to grant credit to customers within organisational guidelines
3. Use a range of techniques for the collection of debts.
4. Monitor and control the supply of credit.

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Ninja Dave
Ninja Dave

Level 4 Diploma in Accounting: Credit Control

This is a 2013 Level 4 study book for students of The Association of Accounting Technicians.

Note: If you are planning to join an AAT course, this book is NOT SUITABLE for you to use as it will be out of date. I offer it as information for any layperson who is interested in learning this topic.

NOTE: Although this is listed as ' to borrow', I am happy to offer it as 'free to keep' as long as it is again offered on Sharebay by the new keeper.

This unit is about understanding, and applying the principles of credit control in managing the granting of credit and collection of amounts outstanding from customers in an organisation, covering contract law, Data Protection Act, and insolvency.

1. Understand relevant legislation that impacts credit management
2. Use a variety of information to grant credit to customers within organisational guidelines
3. Use a range of techniques for the collection of debts.
4. Monitor and control the supply of credit.

(1 offered)

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