This month's exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module focuses on filing accounts at Companies House covering the legal requirements, electronic filing, reasons for rejection and specific rules for charities and limited liability partnerships (LLPs)
All UK companies must file annual accounts at Companies House as per Companies Act 2006, section 441. Filing may be by paper copies or electronically.
Completing this module will enable you to:
- brush up on the legal requirements for each type of entity, particularly the exemptions for small companies and micro-entities;
- explain how electronic filing operates, including how iXBRL is used in filing accounts;
- explain the reasons why accounts are rejected and the pitfalls to avoid; and
- know the particular requirements for charity and LLP accounts.
This CPD module takes 15 minutes to complete and is followed by a short quiz to ensure thorough learning. There are also detailed course notes to ensure a full learning experience. Any CPD learning is also automatically added to Your CPD Tracker.
The CPD course lecturer is David Duvall MA FCA and regular contributor to Croner-i Audit and Accounting. He qualified as a chartered accountant in 1973 with Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co (now KPMG). He then worked as a tutor for Financial Training in London and subsequently for ATC Thames Valley, where he was client liaison director. From 2002 until retirement from full-time work in April 2014, he was training manager at Chantrey Vellacott DFK, where he was responsible for graduate recruitment and co-ordinating student training as well as external and internal lecturing.
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