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2020/21 Reporting: Going concern and impairment

Author: ICAEW Financial Reporting Faculty

Published: 28 Jan 2021

Against the backdrop of a continually changing environment, going concern assessments and asset valuations will be complex and challenging topics for preparers of accounts with late 2020 and early 2021 year-ends. Listen to this webinar to find out the key factors to consider in these areas, including tips on how to approach going concern assessments and cash flow forecasts for impairment calculations. Aimed primarily at FRS 102 and FRS 105 reporters.

A recording of the follow-up Bitesize Briefing: Going concern and impairment - your questions answered is available here.

Broadcast on 28 January 2021

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