New masterclasses: FRS 102/small biz accounting

by Kevin Reed

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26 Aug 2014

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ACCOUNTANCY AGE is delighted to launch a new series of masterclasses, aimed at providing finance and accounting professionals with insight and tools to deal with the latest regulatory and technical updates.

The series of three half-day courses follow the successful events run last year around FRS 102. The latest courses not only reprise and expand on the popular FRS 102 course, but also cover small business reporting:

  • FRS 102 - getting to grips with the detail part 1
    Tuesday 9th December, 9.30am - 12.45pm
  • FRS 102 - getting to grips with the detail part 2
    Tuesday 9th December, 1.45pm - 4.45pm
  • Converting accounts from UK GAAP to FRS 102
    Wednesday 10th December, 9.30am - 12.45pm

All courses will take place at:
Incisive Media, Haymarket House, 29-29 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4RX


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