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Get Through Guides – F6 Bulletin February 2008

| March 6, 2008 | 0 Comments

In the second of a series of monthly bulletins for each of the ACCA Fundamentals level papers, the team at Get Through Guides take a look at a particular part of the F6 syllabus. Covered in this edition: Expenditures Deductible and Not Deductible in Tax Adjusted Trading Profits Factors influencing the choice of accounting date […]

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Get Through Guides – F7 Bulletin February 2008

| March 6, 2008 | 0 Comments

In the second of a series of monthly bulletins for each of the ACCA Fundamentals level papers, the team at Get Through Guides take a look at a particular part of the F7 syllabus. Covered in this edition: Revised IAS 1 – Presentation of Financial Statements Quick Revision – Recognition of income and expenditure in […]

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Get Through Guides – F8 Bulletin February 2008

| March 6, 2008 | 0 Comments

In the second of a series of monthly bulletins for each of the ACCA Fundamentals level papers, the team at Get Through Guides take a look at a particular part of the F8 syllabus. Covered in this edition: Audit Framework and Regulation Quick Revision – Safeguards Click on this link to open the PDF file. […]

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Get Through Guides – F9 Bulletin February 2008

| March 6, 2008 | 0 Comments

In the second of a series of monthly bulletins for each of the ACCA Fundamentals level papers, the team at Get Through Guides take a look at a particular part of the F9 syllabus. Covered in this edition: Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) Leasing versus borrowing to purchase Click on this link to open the […]

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The Financial Reporting Review Panel invites comments on revised Operating Procedures

| March 6, 2008 | 0 Comments

The Financial Reporting Review Panel (‘the Panel’) today published amendments to its Operating Procedures (‘Procedures’) for public consultation. There is no change in substance to the manner in which the Panel will conduct its enquiries. The proposed amendments are designed to maintain public confidence in the work of the Panel as an independent regulator, either […]

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Non-Domicile Legislation A Recipe For Non-Compliance

| March 6, 2008 | 0 Comments

Treasury proposals for taxing 'non-domiciled' individuals working in the UK will affect significant numbers of low-paid migrant workers, many of whom will be unable to cope with the compliance requirements, says The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS). ICAS recommends in its submission to the Treasury consultation on residence and domicile legislation that the […]

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GTG Monthly Bulletins

| March 4, 2008 | 0 Comments

AccountancyStudents is pleased to publish the Get Through Guides (GTG) monthly bulletins for ACCA F level papers which were launched last month (January). The bulletins will be useful for students studying any of the F1 to F9 papers. The aim of GTG bulletins is to aid students in their studies and help them “Get Through” […]

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APB issues new SIR on Reporting on GAAP Reconciliations

| March 4, 2008 | 0 Comments

The Auditing Practices Board (APB) has issued: – SIR 5000 ‘Investment Reporting Standards applicable to Public Reporting Engagements on financial information reconciliations under the Listing Rules’ – A paper providing feedback on the actions taken by APB in response to comments received on the exposure draft issued in June 2007. SIR 5000 establishes specific Investment […]

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Tax law should be clear and certain

| March 3, 2008 | 0 Comments

A taxpayer has every right to expect the law to be clear and certain. This is definitely not the case under the proposals for changing the laws of residence and domicile. The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) believes that the Government has a golden opportunity to introduce a comprehensive, statutory residence test based on objective […]

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Agresso: Poor buying ramps up software costs

| February 29, 2008 | 0 Comments

Companies that have made an outlay on IT are finding themselves paying huge support costs, business software group Agresso has warned. ‘Companies are beginning to feel the pain of purchasing decisions made three to four years ago. Whether by mergers, acquisitions, new products, new management, reorganizations, outsourcing, or anything else, they are being forced to […]

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