Dealing with changes in the trust-trusts laws and accounts, Financial Accounting

Dealing with changes in the trust

  1. Profits or losses on disposal of investments should be treated as belonging to that part of the fund out of which they accrued. If not applicable to either part, the accrual must be divided between each fund.
  2. Compensating entries must be made to restore the original status quo if the proceeds of fixed interest investments are re-invested in wider-range investments or vice versa.
  3. Property taken out of trust may be taken from either part, without any necessity for compensating entries.
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