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Brexit: financial reporting implications

Brexit: Financial reporting implications

Key accounting and reporting considerations following the referendum result

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As businesses develop their responses to the outcome of the UK referendum on continued EU membership, the business-as-usual of preparing financial reports and auditing continues. As the FRC highlight in their recent press release, there are some immediate accounting and reporting implications to consider when preparing half-yearly and annual financial reports.

 

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