UK Accounting & Reporting
UK Accounting & Reporting provides a practical overview of accounting, reporting and audit requirements for companies within the UK.
What does it cover?
UK Accounting & Reporting: An Introduction provides a practical overview of accounting, reporting and audit requirements for companies within the UK. Written in a user-friendly style and packed full of examples it covers topics including:
This book is perfect for you if you have a little accounting knowledge already or you have previously studied International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) and want to learn more about how accounting and reporting works for UK companies.
Structure of the book
The first chapter of UK Accounting & Reporting: An Introduction will introduce the UK Accounting & Reporting, highlighting where the requirements come from and key terminology.
Chapter 2 will explore company and group sizes which have a big impact on which accounting and reporting requirements apply to a company.
Next, Chapter 3 explores the narrative reporting requirements for companies – often referred to as the ‘front-end’ of a set of annual reports and accounts.
Chapter 4 introduces the various accounting standards which are available in the UK.
Then, Chapter 5 outlines which primary statements are required in a set of financial statements and what they look like.
Chapter 6 identifies some key similarities and differences between the accounting standards available within the UK.
After that, Chapter 7 introduces the requirements for group accounts.
Chapter 8 considers when a company is required to be audited.
Finally, Chapter 9 considers company secretarial matters accountants are often involved with including filing accounts and the PSC register.
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