Online Course on Assessing Going Concern
Recent economic turbulence has raised the significance of the basic concept of ensuring that a business is a going concern. This course provides a succinct refresher to the subject and a briefing on recent pronouncements from the FRC and APB (APB 2008/1 and APB 2008/10) as well as reviewing the guidance in FRS 18 and ISA 570.
Financial Briefings courses are designed to give a comprehensive overview of an essential topic. The course contains one module which covers the following topics:
• What challenges are posed by economic turbulence?
• What recent guidance is there?
• What does APB 2008/1 say? (In three parts)
• What does APB 2008/10 say? (In three parts)
• What do company law and accounting standards say?
• What are the responsibilities of directors and auditors?
• What about break up basis?
The course is completed with a 12-question assessment to test your understanding and knowledge of the content. In total, the course takes around one hour to complete.
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“Gave a good overview of accessing going concern in the current environment.”
“The course highlited updated information and law in an increasingly difficuly area.”
“Compact and deals with the important issues in the topic.”
“Gave an indication of what the responsibilities of co-owners and auditors are.”
“The assessment at the end really helped drive home the issues.”
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