Under the microscope

Bernstein, Adam
March 2004
Cabinet Maker;3/5/2004, Issue 5378, p12
Trade Publication
Delves into the issue of interpreting the declaration of income and expenses in business by tax administrators in Great Britain. Strategies employed to check whether or not a company is honestly declaring accurate financial information; Comparison made between the accounts of a company and the standards set in the industry; Action to be taken when dealing with tax administrators.


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