FRC addresses confusion over impact of FRS102

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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has proposed amendments to its FRS102 accounting standard to address fears an overhaul of reporting standards will add millions to corporate liabilities.

The had been fears FRS102 would force private companies in the UK to book their defined benefit (DB) pension obligations along the lines of IFRIC 14, the international standard that applies to list...

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