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Brand New 2019 Syllabus!

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Our New Level 2, 3 plus Self-Assessment Tax Returns course package now contains more materials, lessons, examples and activities than ever before.

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This Level 2 and 3 Associate package is considered to be the minimum level of skill and qualification required to enable you to trade as a Self Employed Bookkeeper and as a member of the ICB. This package includes the Level 2 and Level 3 ICB courses plus all associated exams PLUS the Level 3 Self Assessment Tax Returns course.
Self Assessment Tax Returns have to be completed by all self employed people in the UK even if the income is from renting a room or property, or a small part time business income.

On completion of your Level 3 studies, you can upgrade your ICB membership status to Member and use the letters MICB after your name plus tap into the professional support and resources available from the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers. For those wishing to aim higher the Level 4 qualifications should be your ultimate aim.

Prerequisites

As this package is designed for the complete beginner, there are no prerequisites for this course. However, you must have basic numerical skills and a good understanding of the English language.

Online Enhanced Learning Resources.

We significantly reduce the amount of time taken to complete our courses by eliminating the time consuming elements. This includes waiting for assignments to be marked and questions to be answered by tutors or student support services. Many assignments are now taken online with instant marking and answers along with extra self tests and examples. Added to this we have various online resources enabling you to access your content and take tests wherever you have an internet connection. There is no reduction whatsoever in the learning content and outcomes! Statistics prove we have a higher completion rate than all other colleges combined.

Duration

Approximately 235-275 hours average study time with Enhanced Learning. This equates to less than 5.5 hours of study per week if aiming for completion within 12 months, or roughly 2.5 hours over 24 months. The choice is yours, allowing you to study at your own pace as and when it suits you.

NB – Software not compatible with macs. We suggest using Apple Bootcamp to install Windows.

The course includes the Level 2 and Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounts courses Plus Level 3 Self Assessment Tax Returns.
  • Printed Workbooks containing lessons, examples, activities and assessments
  • Printed Model Answers Workbooks
  • 24/7 Online ROGO Assessments
  • Sage 50 Professional software for the duration of your studies
  • Over 100 Activity tests and answers
  • Tutor marked Assessments
  • Enhanced Learning resources
  • Award winning expert subject tutor support by e-mail and telephone
  • Guaranteed same day assignment marking
  • FREE syllabus updates if required
  • FREE repeat lessons
  • New Online ICB exam simulation tests with tutor feedback
  • 12 Months ICB Student registration fee
  • ICB Exams and booking fees
  • Free Postage and Packaging within the UK
  • *Up to £250 Cash back on Sage 50 Accounts software*
  • FREE access to ICB’s award-winning membership benefits scheme, ICBenefits
  • ICB Exam Fees Included
  • Level 3 Self Assessment Tax Returns Included
  • *Bonus* Sage Completion Certificate Included

‘A1’ Bookkeeping: 

  • The role of the bookkeeper
  • Types of businesses
  • The concepts of Business Entity and Historic Cost
  • Setting up the Bank Account
  • The Analysed Cash Book
  • An Introduction to Double Entry Bookkeeping
  • The concept of Duality
  • Correction of Errors
  • The Journal
  • The Cash Account
  • Two Column Cash Book
  • Debit and Credit Cards
  • Payroll Transactions
  • Credit Transactions
  • An Introduction to Value Added Tax
  • Business Documents
  • Calculating VAT
  • Discounts
  • VAT and the Ledgers
  • Petty Cash
    • Practice activities with model answers
    • Online Knowledge tests
    • Practical assignments
  • Mock Exam
  • Online Mock Exam

‘A2’ Bookkeeping

  • Day Books
  • Control Accounts
  • Three Column Cash Book
  • Bad debts
  • Sale of an Asset
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Paying the VAT bill
  • The Construction Industry
  • Withdrawal of funds by partners and directors
  • Foreign Transactions
  • Relevant Legislation
    • Practice activities with model answers
    • Online Knowledge tests
    • Practical assignments
  • Mock Exam
  • Online Mock Exam

‘A3’ Bookkeeping

  • Setting Up a New Business
  • Getting Started
  • Rebuilding data & manual configuration
  • Company set-up wizard
  • Opening balances
  • Product Codes
  • Setting up New Customers/Suppliers
  • Adding New Customers
  • Invoices with Trade/Settlement Discounts
  • Settlement Discounts
  • Customer Invoicing Procedure
  • Supplier Invoices
  • Corrections
  • Customer Receipts & Supplier Payments
  • Customer Receipts
  • Payments on Account
  • Bad Debt Write Offs & Sale of Assets
  • Bad Debt Write Off
  • Bad Debt Recovered
  • Sale of Assets
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Wages / Salaries & Voluntary Deductions
  • Wages & Salaries
  • Voluntary Deductions
  • Cash Account & Petty Cash Account
  • Cash Account
  • Petty Cash Account
  • Allocating Credit Notes
  • Health & Safety
  • The Use of Computers
  • Exam Preparation
  • Mock Exam

‘M4’ Course content in detail (please scroll down for M5, M6 and M7)

  • Legislation and ethics
  • The Data Protection Act
  • Money Laundering
  • The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA)
  • The Money Laundering Offences
  • The Bribery Act
  • Codes of ethics and practice
  • Reporting suspicious behaviour
  • Accounting Concepts
  • Going Concern
  • Consistency
  • Prudence
  • Accruals (or Matching Concept)
  • Supplier and Customer Reconciliation
  • Control Accounts
  • Purchase and Sales Ledger Control Accounts
  • Set offs
  • Dishonoured payments and receipts
  • VAT Returns
  • VAT periods
  • Filling out the VAT return
  • Submitting the return
  • Ledger entries to record the payment or refund of vat
  • The end of paper VAT returns
  • Postage and packing charges
  • Bad Debts and VAT
  • Cash Accounting
  • Who can use the scheme?
  • Transactions with customer and suppliers based outside the UK
  • Outside the EU
  • Sales to customers outside the EU
  • Goods purchased from outside the EU
  • Reverse charge
  • Summary of VAT Return entries
  • Other VAT Schemes
  • The Flat Rate Scheme
  • Retail Schemes
  • The Margin Scheme for Second Hand Goods
  • Filling in the VAT return
  • Partial Exemption
  • Correction of Errors
  • The Journal
  • Aide memoire
  • Errors that will affect the trial balance
  • The suspense account
  • Introduction to Final Accounts
  • An introduction to profit
  • Gross profit
  • Stock Valuation
  • Net profit
  • Items of additional income
  • Discounts allowed and received
  • Non-trading businesses
  • Subsequent years trading
  • The Balance Sheet
  • The Accounting Equation
  • Developing the balance sheet
  • Working Capital
  • VAT registered businesses
  • Long Term Loans
  • Accruals and Prepayments
  • Disposal of Assets
  • Corrections to Final Accounts
  • Cash Budgets

Computerised section

  • Installing the Software
  • Sage and the Chart of Accounts
  • Backing Up previous accounts
  • Clearing down the system
  • Company details
  • Types of businesses
  • General Business
  • Business set up
  • Cash Accounting Scheme
  • Entering the correct VAT registration scheme details
  • Summary – The Sage Default System
  • Fixed Assets
  • Current Assets
  • Current Liabilities
  • Long-term Liabilities
  • Capital and Reserves
  • Sales
  • Purchases
  • Direct Expenses
  • Overheads
  • Recording Bank Account Details
  • Recording the opening bank monies
  • Customers and Suppliers
  • Entering Customer Details
  • Setting Credit Control
  • Editing customer records
  • Setting the customer default information
  • Suppliers’ Details
  • Editing suppliers’ details
  • Processing Invoices and Credit Notes
  • Entering invoices
  • Payments and Receipts
  • Recording Payments to a Supplier
  • Recording Receipts from Customers
  • Report Details – Type column
  • Statements, Bank Payments & Recurring Entries
  • Statements
  • Cash Transactions
  • Recurring Bank Account Entries
  • Setting up a Recurring entry
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • VAT Returns
  • Value Added Tax (VAT)
  • A reminder of Input and Output VAT
  • Sage VAT Account
  • VAT Return
  • Checking the entries
  • Reconciling the VAT Return
  • Clearing the VAT Control Accounts

Please note: the following section does not cover the weekly and monthly processing payroll. It covers how to enter the payments into the accounting system. Payroll is a separate subject.

  • Payroll Journal
  • The Use of the Journal
  • Payroll Journal
  • Legal requirements
  • Payroll Terms
  • Gross Pay
  • Deductions from Gross Pay
  • Pay As You Earn
  • Income Tax
  • National Insurance Contributions (NIC)
  • Employees’ contributions
  • Employer’s contributions
  • Wages Summary
  • Bookkeeping Entries
  • Payment to HMRC
  • Payment to employee

Final Accounts

  • Year End Adjustments
  • Journal Entries
  • Accruals and prepayments
  • Depreciation
  • Straight Line
  • Reducing Balance
  • Bad Debts
  • Provision for Doubtful Debts
  • Increasing the Provision
  • Closing Stock
  • Yearend Adjustments Continued:
  • Running the Year End
  • Health and Safety – The use of Computers
  • Employers’ Risk Assessment

‘M5’

  • Legislation and Ethics
  • Manual Partnerships
  • Working in a partnership
  • Bookkeeping entries for Partnership accounts
  • Capital Accounts
  • Partnership sharing ratios
  • Partnership Appropriation Account
  • Interest on Capital
  • Interest on Drawings
  • Salaries
  • Share of profit
  • Drawings
  • Balance Sheet
  • Revaluation of Assets
  • Changes in the partnership during the year
  • Goodwill
  • Admission of a new partner
  • Retirement of an existing partner

‘M6’

  • Legislation
  • Statement of Assets and Liabilities
  • The Receipts and Payments Account
  • Income
  • Subscriptions
  • Accrued subscriptions brought forward
  • Prepaid subscriptions brought forward
  • Carried forward balances at the end of the year
  • Written off subscriptions
  • Life Member Subscriptions
  • Event Income
  • Insurance claims
  • Fund raising events
  • Donations and Bequests
  • Gift Aid
  • Loans from members
  • Prepaid expenses – brought forward and carried forward
  • Accrued expenses – brought forward and carried forward
  • Other adjustments

‘M7’

  • Limited Companies
    • Shareholders and Directors
    • Shareholders
    • Directors
    • Executive Directors
    • Non-Executive Directors
    • The Administrative Requirements of a Limited Company
    • The Memorandum of Association and the Articles of Association
    • The Company Secretary
    • Private Limited Companies
    • Public Limited Companies
    • Types of Share
    • Ordinary Shares
    • Preference Shares
    • Loans and Debentures
    • Accounting for Shares Issues
    • The Share Premium Account
    • The Distribution of Profits and Retained Earnings
    • Distribution of Profits
    • Retained Profits
    • Limited Company Financial Statements
    • The Profit and Loss Account
    • The Balance Sheet
    • Dividends
    • Directors’ Loan Accounts
    • Reserves
    • Revenue (or Distributable) Reserves
    • Capital (or Non-Distributable) Reserves
    • Debentures and the Payment of Interest
  • Limited Liability Partnerships
    • Employment Status in LLP’s
    • Final Accounts for a LLP
    • Interest on Capital
  • Mark-up & Margin Calculations
    • Mark-up and Margin
    • Profit Calculated as the Difference Between Cost Price and Selling Price
    • Profit Calculated as a Percentage Increase on the Cost Price
    • Calculation of Profit Using Percentages
    • Expressing Mark-up as a Fraction Rather Than a Percentage
    • Margin (also known as Profit Margin or Sales Margin)
  • Ratios and Performance Indicators
    • Different Measures
    • What is a Ratio?
    • What is a Percentage?
    • The Financial Statements
    • The Financial Ratios
    • The Profitability Ratios
    • The Liquidity Ratios
    • Financial Position Ratios
  • Cash Budgets
    • The Cash Budget
    • Including the Bank Balance in the Cash Budget
    • Preparing a Cash Budget Using Changes in the Balance Sheet

Self Assessment Tax Returns

This module comprises both Personal and Business Taxation and relates to preparing tax computations and returns for businesses (sole trader) and individuals.

Element (1) Prepare Business Taxation Computations

(A) Prepare capital allowance computations.

(B) Adjust accounting profits and losses for trades and professions.

Learning Outcomes: (A)

  • Computations are made in accordance to current tax law and practice
  • Expenditure on Capital Assets is classified in accordance with the statutory distinction between Capital and Revenue
  • Make adjustments for private use by business owners
  • Entries and calculations relating to such computations are correct

Range:

  • First Year Allowance (FYA), Writing Down Allowance (WDA), Annual Investment Allowance (AIA)
  • Capital Expenditure on plant and machinery, and motor vehicles

Learning Outcomes: (B)

  • Adjusted profit is calculated for inclusion on the tax return
  • Make necessary adjustments for private use by business owners
  • The bases of assessment are correctly applied
  • Complete accurately the supplementary pages on the tax return for a sole trader
  • Identify NI contributions payable by self employed
  • Returns are submitted to HMRC within the required timescale
  • Identify due dates for payment of Income Tax
  • Professional advice is given to clients on the recording of information for the tax return and confidentiality is maintained at all times

Element (2) Prepare Personal Taxation Computations

(A) Calculate income from employment

(B) Prepare Computations of Property and Investment Income

Learning Outcomes (A)

  • Computations of earnings including benefits in kind, allowable expenses are accurately prepared
  • Returns are completed accurately and submitted to HMRC on a timely basis
  • Professional advice is given to clients on the recording of information for the tax return and confidentiality is maintained at all times

Range:

  • Emoluments: UK resident employees
  • Allowable expenses, contributions to pension schemes and charitable contributions

Learning Outcomes (B)

  • Schedules of dividends and interest received on shares and securities are accurately prepared
  • Schedules of property income are accurately prepared, profits and losses determined and appropriate relief applied
  • Returns are submitted to HMRC on a timely basis

Range:

  • Sources of investment income from banks, building societies and property income, holiday lets and wear and tear

The elements in this module and learning outcomes are partly based on the former AOSG national standards for Personal and Business Tax.

Elements of CGT (Capital Gains Tax) to include:

  • Annual exemption
  • Allowable expenses
  • Exempt assets
  • Chattels
  • Private residence relief
  • Part disposals

Course Includes:

  • Workbook
  • Activities
  • Assessments
  • Online Mock Exam
  • Fast Track support
  • Exam fee

Units: 

  • Introduction
  • Employment Income
  • Benefits in Kind
  • The Employment Supplementary Pages
  • Property Income
  • The Calculation of Tax
  • Private Pension Payments and Gift Aid
  • The Submission of Returns
  • The Duties and Responsibilities of a Bookkeeper
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Adjusting the Profit and Losses
  • Capital Allowances
  • Basis Periods
  • National Insurance for Self-Employed
  • The Self-Employed supplementary pages
  • Partnership Tax

Exam preparation

End of course tests are the perfect way to ensure you have the best possible chance of success. Our specialist examinations department will provide you with detailed feedback, advice and support plus any additional lessons you may need prior to taking exams.

Please note: Past ICB examination papers are no longer valid under the new syllabus.

Exams

Papers ‘A1’ and ‘A2’ are online examinations and can be completed from home or wherever a student has uninterrupted access to a secure internet connection. Paper ‘A3’ is also a home based assignment.

Papers ‘M4’, ‘M5’, ‘M6’ and ‘M7’ are online examinations and ‘M8’ is taken externally at a Pearson VUE testing centre. Click here to locate your nearest centre for the ‘M8’ Certification exam.

The cost of exams can increase at the discretion of the awarding body (ICB). We will pay for all exam fees up to the agreed value at the time of purchase, but any increase in exam fees will need to be paid for by the student.

Level 2 Assessment

The testing of knowledge and skills for the qualification will comprise three online assessments, all of which are taken in the candidate’s home or place of work. The first two will test the concepts that underpin the double entry system for a variety of types of businesses; the third will test the set up and data entry to trial balance using a computerised system. The content of each assessment is listed below.

Paper A1 – Basic double-entry bookkeeping to trial balance

Home /place of work based assessment to include:

  • Underpinning knowledge
    • Knowledge of the different categories of business that exist
    • Terms in bookkeeping (assets, liabilities etc.)
    • Banking procedures
    • Understanding the different categories of VAT (standard, reduced, zero, exempt, outside the scope)
  • Calculation the value of the capital investment for a sole trader
  • Calculation of business documents including calculation of VAT
  • Showing an understanding of the effect of entering transactions into a bookkeeping system for sales, purchases, overheads, capital items, returns, personal items etc.
  • The effect of making and receiving payments including bank, cash and petty cash transactions
  • Calculation of account balances
  • Production and explanation of a trial balance

Paper A2 – Further double entry bookkeeping to trial balance

Home /place of work based assessment to include:

  • Underpinning knowledge
    • Ethics
    • Legislation relevant to the bookkeeper
    • Accounting concepts
  • Further double entry including the following
    • Topics from paper 1
    • The content of control accounts
    • Writing off a bad debt
    • Construction Industry Scheme
    • Posting non-sole trader entries (subscriptions, donations, drawings of partners, directors’ loan accounts etc.)
  • Entry of payroll journals
  • Calculation of the value of a suspense account in a system that does not balance
  • Reconciliation of debtors, creditors and bank balances
  • Correction of errors that do not affect the trial balance
  • Production and explanation of a trial balance

Paper A3 – Data entry to trial balance using a computerised accounts package

Home /place of work based test to include the use of a computerised accounting package to include:

  • Opening of entries
  • Entry of cash and credit transactions
  • Production of a trial balance
  • Production of reports for debtors, creditors, bank, VAT and the audit trail

The three assessments should be taken in the order listed above. Each assessment will generate an accreditation notification. Successful candidates will need to pass all three assessments to gain the full qualification.

Grading

The full qualification will be graded at Distinction with Honours, Distinction, Merit or Pass

All assessments are taken at home or at the place of work, and each test will be graded as follows:

  • Distinction 95 -100%
  • Merit 90 – 94%
  • Pass 85 – 89%
  • Fail 0 – 84%

Once all assessments have been successfully completed a final certificate can be applied for which will be graded at Distinction with Honours, Distinction, Merit or Pass. Unit results will be aggregated. To achieve the relevant grade in the full qualification, the following aggregate marks must be achieved:

  • Distinction with Honours 295 marks and above
  • Distinction 285 – 294 marks
  • Merit 270 – 284 marks
  • Pass 255 – 269 marks

Level 3 Assessment

The testing of knowledge and skills for the qualification will comprise three online assessments, all of which are taken in the candidate’s home or place of work plus one assessment taken at an external ICB centre. Note: the assessment may also test elements of the Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping.

Paper M4 – reconciliations and final accounts of a sole trader:

Home / place of work based assessment to include:

  • Underpinning knowledge
  • Reconciliation and correction of errors (customer and supplier reconciliations, bank reconciliation, correction of errors including the clearance of a suspense account balance)
  • The calculation of summary figures for control accounts
  • VAT Returns (cash and standard VAT returns only but including EU transactions)
  • Posting adjustments including disposal and acquisition of fixed assets
  • Revaluation of assets
  • Final accounts of a sole trader (profit and loss account and balance sheet)

Paper M5 – final accounts of a partnership

Home / place of work based covering knowledge and skills assessment to include:

  • All of the requirements for paper M4 but set in a partnership scenario plus:
  • Underpinning knowledge
  • Ethical considerations
  • Underpinning knowledge of the legal requirements for a partnership
  • Final accounts of a partnership including the appropriation account and production of partners’ current accounts
  • Calculations and bookkeeping entries to record a change of partnership (partnership ratios, goodwill, the effect on capital and current accounts etc.)

Paper M6 – final accounts of a not-for-profit organisation

Home / place of work based knowledge and skills assessment to include:

  • All of the requirements of paper M4 but set in a not-for profit scenario plus:
  • Underpinning knowledge regarding not-for-profit organisations
  • Understanding the different requirements of a chart of accounts for such an organisation
  • Understand the concepts of the different forms of income for not-for-profit organisations including a subscriptions account
  • Posting adjustments including the subscriptions account and disposal and acquisition of fixed assets
  • Final accounts of a not-for-profit organisation

Paper M7 – Management accounts of incorporated businesses

Home /place of work based assessment to include:

  • Final accounts including adjustments for a limited company (internal management accounts format only)
  • Limited liability partnerships
  • calculation and interpretation of ratios

Paper M8 – Level 3 External Assessment

This is a single assessment to be taken at an ICB examination centre. The assessment will be a mixture of multi-choice and data entry questions which will cover all elements of the syllabus.

Self-Assessment Tax Returns

The Self Assessment Tax Returns exam is an online examination

Grading

The full qualification will be graded at Distinction with Honours, Distinction, Merit or Pass

All assessments must be successfully achieved to gain the full qualification. Each assessment will generate a separate accreditation notification.

The home or work place based assessments will be graded as follows:

  • Distinction 95-100%
  • Merit 90-94%
  • Pass 85-89%
  • Fail 0-84%

The assessment taken at an external ICB centre will be graded as follows:

  • Distinction 90-100%
  • Merit 80-89%
  • Pass 70-79%
  • Fail 0-69%

Once all assessments have been successfully completed a final certificate will be awarded which will be graded at Distinction with Honours, Distinction, Merit or Pass. Unit percentage results will be averaged. The following average % marks show an example of how the final grade might be awarded (note the same range of marks may give a different overall result depending on the number of Passes, Merits and Distinctions achieved):

  • Distinction with Honours – 98% and above (with all five papers being graded at Distinction)
  • Distinction – 95-97% overall (with all papers graded at least at Merit or Distinction)
  • Merit – 90-94% (can be a mixture of individual grades)
  • Pass – 80-89% (can be a mixture of individual grades)

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