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Filing requirements to change for small companies
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The filing requirements for micro-entities and small companies could soon be changing. Under the Companies House reforms, all small companies, including micro-entities, will need to file their profit and loss accounts. There will also be no option to file abridged accounts.
The need for companies to file their profit and loss account has divided opinions. And since the reforms were released last year, accountants have even taken to Any Answers to weigh up disincorporation options.
The reforms have gathered steam after a recent blog from Companies House has outlined how the small company filing options will change through the Economic Crime Bill.
On this episode of Any Answers Live on Monday 6 March, we will be joined by Steve Collings, the renowned financial reporting expert and audit and technical partner at Leavitt Walmsley Associates and Izzi Rosenberg, Associate and Accountant at Rosenberg and Co. Having recently written an article for AccountingWEB on the reform, Steve Collings will talk the Any Answers Live attendees through the notable changes and what the new changes will mean for them.
This is your opportunity to ask the experts your burning questions about the new reform.
By attending this session you will learn:
- What is in the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill
- How the new regime will affect small entities
- The other notable changes proposed in the bill
- When the legislation will become implemented
Save your space for what is sure to be a popular session and be sure to bring your questions.
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