TechnologyAccounting SoftwareACCA offers IFRS advice at Softworld

ACCA offers IFRS advice at Softworld

Softworld Autumn 2005: ACCA offers free IFRS advice to SMEs at latest Softworld show

ACCA is offering SMEs free IFRS advice at Softworld, as
concerns grow that smaller businesses have not paid enough attention to the new
reporting rules.

The association will provide SMEs the chance to learn about
the knock-on effects of IFRS and offer further debate during the free
masterclass session on 13 October.

Richard Martin, ACCA’s head of financial reporting, will
present various aspects relating to IFRS, including its effect on the
development of the FRSSE, keeping the burdens of compliance in line with
benefits, and the impact upon SMEs of the convergence of IFRS and UK
standards.

The masterclass takes place at 11.15am

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