2016 eCDF forms

2016 eCDF forms

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2016 eCDF forms

The Accounting Law of 18 December 2015 and the related Grand-Ducal Regulation of 18 December 2015 set up new layouts for the balance sheet and profit and loss account.

As a result, the 2016 eCDF forms have been amended to comply with the new requirements.

This brochure aims to help you achieve a smooth transition by providing some answers to the following frequently asked questions:

What does this mean for 2016 year-ends?
What are the key changes to the eCDF forms?
How can you prepare for the transition?
What tools are available?

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