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My company is due to provide a service to a start up company who is offering shares as the mode of payment (for cash flow reasons). Using FRS 102, section 26 as a guide, it is my understanding that I need to report this as income in the P&L and an investment in the balance sheet at the fair value of the services (where this is unavailable the alternative is the market value of the shares).

 Is my interpretation right?

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By lionofludesch
14th Aug 2019 17:44

Not much to go on there, is there ?

Care to expand ?

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By Accountant A
14th Aug 2019 18:09

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By Wanderer
14th Aug 2019 18:47


A regulated limited liability partnership will be paid a fee by a client in the form of shares. Please advice on accounting (frs 102), tax, vat and regulatory implications.

Yep, no problem should be able to cover that all in about 3-4 days work. particularly bearing in mind the lack of information supplied so will need to cover all bases.
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By Tom Herbert
15th Aug 2019 09:07

Thanks for the question.

As this is a site predominantly aimed at accountants and other finance professionals, I'd say you'll have more luck posting your query in the accounts and finance section of our sister site UK Business Forums:

All the best,


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