Financial Reporting for Unlisted Companies in the UK and Republic of Ireland

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This important title guides practitioners through their first implementation of FRSs, 100, 101 and 102. Under these standards, introduced in early 2013, many small to medium sized businesses will be preparing their financial statements under a fundamentally set of rules as the current UK GAAP framework will be withdrawn when the new standards take effect in 2015. The book focuses on explaining the key areas of change for practitioners to focus on and clear guidance on how the new standards should be implemented. This is backed up with extensive examples, sample policy wordings and the use of sample disclosures in each chapter. Unlike some other publications, this title focuses specifically on the areas financial reporting most likely to be encountered by companies who can be classified as falling within the scope of the new standard. Readers will benefit from the approach taken by the authors who have years of combined experience writing for and training in this market. Contents includes: Introduction and Basic Concepts; Financial Statements; Accounting for Assets; Accounting for Liabilities; Accounting for Revenue and Equity; Consolidations; Financial Instruments; Disclosures.


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Steve Collings is the audit and technical director at Leavitt Walmsley Associates Ltd and the author of 'Interpretation and Application of International Standards on Auditing'. He is also the author of 'IFRS For Dummies' and 'The AccountingWEB Guide to IFRS'. More about Steve's publications can be found by clicking on the 'Published Work' tab on the homepage. Steve is also a regular contributor of articles to, the UK's largest resource for professional accountants on a free subscription basis and is a member of the Society of Authors. Steve is an Editorial Board member for Wiley Insight IFRS and sits on the AAT's Financial Reporting Technical Panel. In 2011 Steve was named 'Accounting Technician of the Year' at the British Accountancy Awards and won 'Outstanding Contribution to the Accountancy Profession' by the Association of International Accountants in 2013. Follow Steve on Twitter - @stecollings

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