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Cutting through UK GAAP discusses in detail the requirements of the new UK GAAP regime (FRSs 100, 101 and 102) applicable for periods commencing on or after 1 January 2015 and summarises the differences between FRS 102, current UK GAAP and EU-IFRS.
Financial Reporting Standard 102 will replace current UK GAAP on 1 January 2015. It is an IFRS-based framework but, with a view to simplification for the preparer, includes some significant accounting differences from EU-IFRS, for example requiring the amortisation of goodwill and permitting the expensing of borrowing and development costs.
The KPMG Learning Academy gives you direct access to a range of training materials on topics such as IFRSs, new UK GAAP, anti-bribery and corruption, and VAT and international trade.
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