01 March 2012
25 October 2023
- Examinations are based on the published syllabus. Syllabuses are available free of charge on the CII website www.cii.co.uk or on request.
- Candidates will be examined on the basis of law and practice in England unless otherwise stated. It should be assumed that all individuals are domiciled and resident in the UK unless otherwise stated.
- The J10 examination consists of 70 multiple choice questions and 4 case studies, each comprising 5 multiple response questions. 2 hours are allowed for this examination.
- The general rule is that the new tax year and changes arising from the Finance Act will be examined from 1 September each year. Other changes, not related to the Finance Act, will not be examined earlier than 3 months after they come into effect.
- Candidates must keep up to date with legislative and industry changes that occur.
The tax year 2023/2024 will be examined from 1 September 2023 until 31 August 2024.
Any relevant changes that may affect CII syllabuses or assessments will be announced on this page as they arise along with a date from when the changes will be assessed.
Financial Ombudsman Service Award Limit Change
Changes to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) award limits come into effect on 1 April 2023. Examinations will be reflective of these changes from 1 July 2023.