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Apr 10, 2023
      • Unit Code & Title :- BMP6018 Financial Accounting
        Assessment Type :-  Assignment
        Weighting :-  Essay (2500 words) – 50%
        Learning Outcomes:
        LO5: Critically appraise why accounting regulations are needed outline the history of accounting regulation and the affect accounting regulations have on the content of financial statements.
        BMP6018 Financial Accounting Assignment – UK

        Critically appraise the impact of international financial accounting regulations on the reporting framework of UK public limited companies and partnership businesses by drawing in relevant examples from companies registered in the UK.

        For guidance purposes:
        In your appraisal you should draw upon key concepts of international financial reporting standards and regulations critically review history of the accounting regulations and reasons for constant changes evaluate rules vs principles based accounting standards and how these apply to PLCs and partnerships identify and critically discuss any impact of these regulations or their changes on the contents of the financial statements and its users any advice you may have for the IASB in setting accounting standard for PLCs and partnerships taking into account impact of information technology on financial reporting.

        This is an essay and not a report and as such use the correct format of an essay in producing this coursework. There is no need for headings or

        subheadings in your essay. You can choose to start each of the above requirements in a new paragraph to ensure clarity.

        Secondary Research Level HE6 – It is expected that the Reference List will contain between five to fifteen sources. As a MINIMUM the Reference List should include three referenced academic journals and four academic books. Please use Harvard Referencing style for citation and references list. Refer to this link for more information on referencing:

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