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FRS: A New Way of Working

Part three in our blog series examining some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

Part one in our new FRS blog series examines how adapting to the latest FRS is changing business relationships, with UK GAAP going through its most significant evolution in years...

Worried about the effect that transitioning to new FRS will have on your time and costs? Our free-to-use transition calculator figures out exactly how much extra time and money each of your clients will require...

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Paul Onions
25 November 2016

New FRS - Your Next Steps

We've examined some of the factors that you and your clients (or corporate colleagues) will need to consider if you want hit the ground running as the latest regulations come into force.

What we discovered is that by preparing for the new FRS now, you’ll avoid any negative impact on your day-to-day business later...


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Paul Onions
11 April 2016

FRS 101 and FRS 102 - The biggest change in financial reporting for years

The title of my latest blog may seem a little dramatic, but I believe it to be accurate. The reality is that the financial reporting changes mandated by FRS101 and 102 are coming… and coming soon.

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Jon Martingale
15 November 2013

What do you need to know about FRS 101 and 102?

There is a major change to accounting standards coming soon. The change should not be underestimated, could be a steep learning curve for accountants, and planning for it should start now. No, this is not a blog post on iXBRL from 2010, but the change that is coming is equally as significant.

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Matthew Thompson
13 August 2013
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