Here it is. Professional Pensions' summary of what changes to accounting standard IAS19 will mean for both sponsoring employers and pension schemes.
The main changes are as follow: 1. Scrapping of the use of expected return on assets Under international accounting rules, companies can currently record a "profit" each year equal to the expected,...
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