FRS 101 Reduced Disclosure Framework
FRS 101 sets out disclosure exemptions available to UK qualifying subsidiaries and parent companies that otherwise apply the recognition, measurement and disclosure requirements of EU-adopted IFRS.
Which version of the standard?
Guidance on the effective version of FRS 101 for different annual periods along with notes on amendments and early adoption are available exclusively to Corporate Reporting Faculty members – log in or find out how to join the faculty.
Current standard in issue
Amendments applicable from 1 January 2021
Amendments applicable from 1 January 2023
See the FRC's website for a full list of standards in issue and earlier publications, including previous versions of FRS 101, amendments and guidance.
Summary and timeline
Our FRS 101 summary and timeline tells you who is eligible to apply the standard and the disclosures exemptions available – alongside a synopsis, any current proposals and a timeline of FRC updates relating to the standard.
ICAEW guides and support
Helpsheets and factsheets
Reduced disclosure framework
Corporate Reporting Faculty, updated April 2023
This factsheet is designed to assist those adopting FRS 101, which is available to certain entities under the UK financial reporting regime. It has been updated for recent amendments and the effects of UK’s exit from the EU.
These exclusive factsheets, produced annually by the Corporate Reporting Faculty for its members, highlight all new and modified requirements for preparers of UK GAAP accounts. Each annual edition focuses primarily on new requirements with mandatory application for preparers with periods beginning on or after 1 January of that year.
2023 UK GAAP Accounts
Corporate Reporting Faculty, August 2023
2022 UK GAAP Accounts
Corporate Reporting Faculty, updated August 2023
2021 UK GAAP Accounts
Corporate Reporting Faculty, updated August 2022
2020 UK GAAP Accounts
Corporate Reporting Faculty, updated August 2021
Bloomsbury Accounting and Tax Service
Eligible firms have free access to Bloomsbury Professional's comprehensive online library, comprising around 80 titles from some of the country's leading tax and accounting subject matter experts. Find out who is eligible and how you can access the Bloomsbury Accounting and Tax Service.
The Companies Act 2006 and UK Generally Accepted Accounting Practice
Steve Collings, Bloomsbury Professional (2023)
A chapter introducing the structure of UK GAAP - part of a one-stop-shop guide by Steve Collings on all aspects of UK auditing standards and new UK GAAP accounting standards. The chapter includes a section on FRS 101, with a table outlining the disclosure exemptions available.
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FRS 101 – Reduced disclosure framework
EY, UK GAAP 2019: Application of FRS 100–104 in the UK (2019)
Fully updated guide focusing on each area of the financial statement in detail with illustrative examples. This chapter covers the measurement and presentation differences between FRS 101 and EU-adopted IFRS, disclosure exemptions for qualifying entities, and additional Companies Act disclosures.
Model accounts and disclosure checklists for new UK GAAP
The ICAEW Library can provide model accounts and disclosure checklists for FRS 101, FRS 102, FRS 102 Section 1A, and FRS 105. The examples and checklists cover a broad range of entities, including small companies, charities, groups, LLPs and micro-companies.
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