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Brought to account

The article in the February 20 edition headlined, Accounting rules pose threat to DB schemes, contained an error. FRS17 is a new accounting procedure laid down by the Accounting Standards Board, not the Inland Revenue.

Stewart Tomlinson

Adamson Financial Planning,

Sheffield

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