Profit for the period-notes to the accounts, Financial Accounting

Profit for the period

The profit for the period has been arrived at after charging the following expenses:

 

£

£

Depreciation

 

x

Amortization (impairment of good will )

 

x

Directors emoluments:

 

 

     Salaries

x

 

     Fees

x

 

     Re-imbursment of expenses

x

 

     Pension

x

 

     Compensation for loss of office

x

x

Other employee benefits

 

 

     Salaries and wages

x

 

     Pension costs

x

 

     NHIF

x

x

Auditors remuneration

 

x

Loss on disposal of PPE

 

x

Restructuring /Re-organization costs

 

x

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