The New Companies (Accounting) Act 2017

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 The long-awaited New Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 is about to arrive here in early May !

Already passed by Dail Eireann, it’s set to be enacted here next month and  will be commenced into law almost immediately.

The new citation will be the Companies Acts 2014 to 2017.

We will have three different Companies Acts in 2017. The Principal Act of 2014 and the two new Companies Acts 2017, expected here in May 2017. The Companies Statutory Audits Bill 2017 is expected in the autumn and that will increase the number to three different companies acts if enacted in 2017.

The Companies (Accounting ) Act 2017 will contain over 101 Sections of new law and its hugely significant to every single company in that it introduces brand-new formats with regard to the extent of financial information which must be published in the CRO. Small companies with a turnover below €700,000 can opt to be classified as micro companies with significantly reduced reporting requirements to the CRO.

 

CPD Seminars will be hosting seminars nationwide covering the  New Companies (Accounting) Act 2017, as well as what is really relevant in the BOR Regulations and CRO Mandatory efiling. Seminars for accountants, company directors, company secretaries, solicitors, credit controllers, insolvency practitioners and others.

Find out more and sign up – https://www.cpdseminars.ie/product/the-companies-act-2017/

 

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