Content of accounts-trusts accounts, Financial Accounting

Content of accounts

Periodical accounts should normally consist of:

        1.    Balance sheet of the whole trust;
        2.    Capital account;
        3.    Income account;
        4.    Schedules and subsidiary accounts explaining, where appropriate, items 1 to 3 above.

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