Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Au fait

This term au fait is used to see if someone is familiar with a topic or is aware of some knowledge or event and is current or up-to-date. E.g. “Are you on top of things with the present tax rate changes within the UK budget this year”. This question is asking if the person knows of the budget changes to tax rates this year or is aware that there was any tax rate changes.

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