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28 Jun 2019

US GAAP is based on accounting standards issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board in the US. These standards can be accessed for free ('Basic view') from the...

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28 Jun 2019

IntroductionTransitioning from IFRS to FRS 102 will be rare, although two examples of this scenario are provided below:•it is possible that a company currently listed on...

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28 Jun 2019

IntroductionThe fundamental principle when transitioning from old UK GAAP to FRS 102  is that any changes in accounting policy must be applied retrospectively.There are,...

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28 Jun 2019

IntroductionThe adoption of new accounting standards commonly results in transitional tax adjustments for corporation tax purposes. This happens because the cumulative...

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28 Jun 2019

Reporting of income taxes under IFRS is subject to the accounting standard IAS 12. Access to an ‘unaccompanied’ version of IAS 12 is currently available by registering...

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28 Jun 2019

IntroductionFRS 101  requires virtually identical accounting to IFRS, and consequently the transition will be the same as transitioning from old UK GAAP to IFRS. This is...

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28 Jun 2019

EU Listed Groups have been required to apply IFRS for their consolidated accounts since 2005 and UK company law has allowed any UK company the option of applying IFRS if...

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28 Jun 2019

IAS 12 imposes a significant number of tax disclosures on a company. These are set out in IAS 12, paras 79 to 88.The guidance note is split into two parts. Below is a...

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28 Jun 2019

IntroductionTransitioning from IFRS to FRS 101 will be very rare.The main reason why a statutory entity would currently be using IFRS is if it is a subsidiary reporting...

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28 Jun 2019

IntroductionFRS 101  (Reduced Disclosure Framework) requires the use of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for the recognition of current and deferred...

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Corporation Tax

US GAAP is based on accounting standards issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board in the US. These standards can be accessed for free ('Basic view') from the...

Corporation_tax_img3
Corporation Tax

IntroductionTransitioning from IFRS to FRS 102 will be rare, although two examples of this scenario are provided below:•it is possible that a company currently listed on...

Corporation_tax_img6
Corporation Tax

IntroductionThe fundamental principle when transitioning from old UK GAAP to FRS 102  is that any changes in accounting policy must be applied retrospectively.There are,...

Corporation_tax_img9
Corporation Tax

IntroductionThe adoption of new accounting standards commonly results in transitional tax adjustments for corporation tax purposes. This happens because the cumulative...

Corporation_tax_img10
Corporation Tax

Reporting of income taxes under IFRS is subject to the accounting standard IAS 12. Access to an ‘unaccompanied’ version of IAS 12 is currently available by registering...

Corporation_tax_img6
Corporation Tax

IntroductionFRS 101  requires virtually identical accounting to IFRS, and consequently the transition will be the same as transitioning from old UK GAAP to IFRS. This is...

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Corporation Tax

EU Listed Groups have been required to apply IFRS for their consolidated accounts since 2005 and UK company law has allowed any UK company the option of applying IFRS if...

Corporation_tax_img
Corporation Tax

IAS 12 imposes a significant number of tax disclosures on a company. These are set out in IAS 12, paras 79 to 88.The guidance note is split into two parts. Below is a...

Corporation_tax_img6
Corporation Tax

IntroductionTransitioning from IFRS to FRS 101 will be very rare.The main reason why a statutory entity would currently be using IFRS is if it is a subsidiary reporting...

Corporation_tax_img7
Corporation Tax

IntroductionFRS 101  (Reduced Disclosure Framework) requires the use of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for the recognition of current and deferred...