One stop guide to small company reporting
Member price: £144.50 + VAT
Non-member price: £170 + VAT
Please note, the ICAS member discount will be applied after checkout.
Inverness, 16 April 2019
Aberdeen, 25 June 2019
Edinburgh, 24 September 2019
Glasgow, 5 November 2019
This course will focus on practical issues affecting small companies. In particular, it will cover FRS 102 (Section 1A) applicable to small companies and other relevant sections of FRS 102, and the micro-entity option under FRS 105. The course will review the amendments to FRS 102 which were published in December 2017 and their implications for small companies.
The course will be illustrated short examples illustrating practical implementation issues and by example financial statements.
What you will learn
- How the December 2017 triennial review revisions impact small company reporting;
- Practical tips on options available and how to take maximum advantage of exemptions;
- How to avoid common pitfalls;
- Guidance on a number of practical problem areas including feedback from the ICAS Audit Monitoring Annual Reports.
Who should attend
This course is essential for those who are involved in the preparation and audit of small company financial statements.
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Full speaker list
Mr Paul Gee
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Topics to be covered will include:
- Overview of recent developments and refresher
- Practical issues
- Related party transactions including directors’ remuneration, dividends and loans to the company
- Filing of accounts
- Financial instruments and financing transactions
- Investment properties
- Fixed asset revaluations
- Other comprehensive income and equity statements
- Small company disclosure issues
- Accounting for dividends and presentation in the financial statements
- Goodwill and intangibles
- Micro-entities issues
- Classification of liabilities
- Deferred tax
Inverness, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow
Tel: 0330 060 3303