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2019/20 year end issues - an auditor's perspective

This webinar will summarise the key issues that need to be considered when preparing the year-end accounts.

Our speakers will consider the following issues:
•Changes to reporting requirements
•Accounting for employer pension contributions
•IFRS 16 disclosures
•Other areas of risk that auditors are considering

To ensure that we can keep funding HFMA events, we often involve third party organisations and may share your forename, surname, job title and organisation on request. For further information please review our privacy policy. www.hfma.org.uk/privacy-policy
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