Don’t delay reporting changes warn firms

E&Y and Grant Thornton warn Accounting Standards Board delays to implementing financial reporting changes could cost businesses

02 May 2012

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ASB reporting proposals fail to address micro companies

There is still a lack of certainty over what will happen to the reporting requirements for small companies

31 Jan 2012

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SME accounting should retain UK GAAP aspects

ASB looks to implement IFRS for SMEs - albeit with some UK standards thrown in

30 Jan 2012

ASB proposes reform of income tax reporting

The financial reporting of income tax is to be rerormed under FRC plans

22 Dec 2011

EU standard setters say ‘no thanks’ to IFRS for SMEs

European standard setters disinclined to take on IFRS for SMEs

07 Nov 2011

True and fair override 'alive and kicking'

True and fair override is still available in very rare circumstances, Accounting Standards Board insists

21 Jul 2011

Setters bring financial instruments standard in line

The Accounting Standards Board has amended FRS 29 in line with changes made to IFRS 7 in October last year

07 Jul 2011

Financial Power List: half term reports

We've dusted down the mortar boards to write the mid-term reports on the class of the Accountancy Age Power List. Who is top and who needs to improve their grades?

23 Jun 2011

E&Y: Speak now to keep reduced disclosure option

E&Y calls on stakeholders to contribute as standard setters re-think financial reporting requirements

20 Jun 2011

Charity accountant warns of burdensome new standards

Public benefit accounting expert concerned new standards will force charity shops to value unsold donations

10 Jun 2011

FRSME respondents give standard setters a headache

Housing associations and credit unions were outspoken in the FRSME consultation, but they are pulling in opposite directions

03 Jun 2011

Housing associations lead the anti-FRSME invective

Housing Assocation responses show they're worried about the proposed FRSME

01 Jun 2011

FRSME response 'double' last consultation

The FRSME consultation has sparked almost twice as many responses as the ASB's last project

26 May 2011

Standard setters await EU before launching FRSSE consultation

Look to EU for guidance on financial reporting for micro-entities

23 May 2011

Allow small listed firms to duck IFRS

QCA wants small listed firms to use 'IFRS-lite' - FRSME - rather than full IFRS

18 May 2011

Future of Financial Reporting Council up for debate

The FRC board is to look at communications efficacy among its operating bodies in an internal investigation focusing on the regulator's future

26 Apr 2011

Future of Financial Reporting Council up for debate

The FRC board is to look at to the efficacy of communication between its operating bodies, in an internal investigation focusing on the regulator's future

21 Apr 2011

SME accounting standards – more political than technical?

The decision on global standards for SMEs is more political than technical, as many SMEs will never dip their toe in international waters

20 Apr 2011

SME accounting standards – more political than technical?

The decision on global standards for SMEs is more political than technical, as many SMEs will never dip their toe in international waters

19 Apr 2011

Standard setters 'already addressing landlords' concerns'

Standard setters are already looking at the concerns of social landlords facing the switch to IFRS, according to ASB chairman Roger Marshall

18 Apr 2011

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