FRS 14: Earnings per share
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The accounting standard FRS 14 set out the way in which earnings per share figures are calculated and disclosed. It was issued by the Accounting Standards Board in October 1998.
This standard and all other old UK GAAP FRSs have been withdrawn for reporting periods starting on or after 1 January 2015. Topics within earnings per share are discussed in Section 1 of FRS 102 under new UK GAAP.
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Unconsolidated standard and amendments as first issued
Financial Reporting Standard 14: Earnings per share
This is the full text of the original standard as issued by the Accounting Standards Board in October 1998.
FRS 14 was superseded by FRS 22: Earnings Per Share.
Earnings per Share
Summary published by the Financial Reporting Council.
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