How the EU Accounting Directive will change small business accounts

The introduction of new accounting rules for small business, as a result of the EU Accounting Directive, means that the definition of a small business now equates to a £10.2m turnover threshold, which brings thousands of companies into the new regime and raises compliance issues, particularly on abbreviated accounts, says Julia Penny FCA

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