Beyond the balance sheet

The implications of FRS 102 on your balance sheet

James Tillotson 08/6/2015 1 minute read

James Tillotson FCA shares a visual of what FRS 102 means for your balance sheet.

We're big fans of using infographics and other visuals to bring financial and business concepts to life. You may recall we wrote about what medium and large sized organisations would need to know about the new Financial Reporting Standard (FRS) 102.

In doing some more research on this matter, we came across this inforgraphic courtesy of Sage. Now that FRS 102 has been introduced, it shows you how the balance sheet will work and also contains links to further information for the key areas of change.  


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