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Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting is concerned with the recording and reporting of financial transactions, position and performance. While concentrating on standards, legal requirements and regulations, financial accounting also deals with statutory reporting.

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International Reporting

International Reporting

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is the framework adopted internationally as the standard for reporting transactions, performance and financial position.  In the UK most large organisations are required to report under IFRS as adopted by the European Union.  Smaller organisations are in a period of transition to the use of IFRS.

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UK GAAP

UK GAAP

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles applied in the United Kingdom - this refers to the general framework of standards, principles and policies adopted in the UK in the preparation and presentation of financial accounts that give a "true a fair view" of the organisations financial position, performance and cash flows.

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Statutory Reporting

Statutory Reporting

Information on the preparation, presentation and publication of annual financial statements for various types and size of organisation.

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Consolidation and Groups

Consolidation and Groups

Consolidation is the preparation of accounts for group organisation for tax and reporting purposes.

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Incorporating a Business

Incorporating a Business

The decision to incorporate a business is fundamental to how your business grows and operates.  This section details some considerations before and after the incorporation decision.

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