Richard Martin, head of financial reporting at the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), commented: a'We remain unconvinced that the possible abolition of the requirements to publish annual accounts
would save those companies money.
"But they would no longer have to keep the same reporting rules as the big companies that have the time and money to produce annual accounts
These annual accounts
are certified and signed off by the Trust's chief executive, Julie Moore, who, incidentally, earns more than the annual salary of the Prime Minister of this country, with annual renumeration of pounds 230,000.
A CLERK has been sacked after she failed to send in her council's annual accounts
to the district auditor for four years.
S4C has insisted it was providing value for money after its annual accounts
also showed a drop in trading turnover.
The research focused on the annual accounts
of 70 FTSE-100 firms that had produced comparative IFRS figures.
Michael Sullivan and Hugh Sullivan, both of Wychall Road, Northfield, Birmingham, were each fined pounds 1,200 for the continued offence of failing to fail annual accounts
In return, the EU Commission promises to speed up the passing and implementation of the new Directive on "statutory audit of annual accounts
and consolidated accounts" in order to make sure that the reformed U.S.
ST MIRREN have shown a tiny trading profit in their annual accounts
but are still struggling with a massive overall debt of nearly pounds 1.5million.
The former welfare minister is a member of the Commons public accounts committee which called for ``more aggressive action'' against 38% of charities which fail to submit annual accounts
on time or at all.
COVENTRY CITY has recorded a financial profit despite a soaring wage bill, the soccer club's annual accounts