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What is Abbreviated Accounts

Small companies and SME’s can officially provide smaller financial statements to companies house for the public record. The requirement are a lot smaller than a normal company and do not provide as much detailed information. There is a set criteria for a company to be able to file abbreviated accounts. The current criteria can be found on companies house website.

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