Essay on Level 3 Business Unit 6
From: Assistant Accountant
Date: 23rd January 2015
Subject: Describe how legislation and accounting concepts affect an organisation’s accounting policies.
In this report I will be describing how legislation and accounting concepts, could affect a business company’s accounting policies. I will also be talking what Acts contain, concepts and their importance, and also accounting policies. I will be supporting my work with examples.
Legislation is the law that has been made and also enacted by a legal or another government body and it is used to regulate, proscribe and provide.
(Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legislation accessed on 23/01/2015)
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In conclusion I want to say, that it is very important that a business organisation is using accounting policies, concepts and also follows certain acts. If a business does not follow any of these, there could be a problem and the business might not be able to operate.
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