Final accounts-pension funds, Financial Accounting


As pension funds are set up for a specific purpose, and not for trading, we do not prepare the normal trading profit and loss account or the balance sheet. The presentation for the final accounts are as per the requirements of IAS 26 (please see the appendix for other important definition) whereby instead of a trading profit and loss accountwe have the statement of changes in net assets. We also prepare the statement of net assets in the place of a balance sheet.

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