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CIPFA ISSUES CAPITAL ACCOUNTING PROPOSALS

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Registers of local authority fixed assets are proposed in guidelines circulated this week by the Chartered Institut...
Registers of local authority fixed assets are proposed in guidelines circulated this week by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, the Financial Times reports (p8).

CIPFA is calling for an accounting system that shows most fixed assets in councils' balance sheets at current cost. Local authorities would have to identify all their assets and have them regularly revalued. The capital accounting proposals are open to consultation until 19 April.
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