FIA FFA Financial Accounting

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Nature of the FIA FFA paper

FIA FFA Paper – Financial Accounting –is concerned with the preparation of financial accounts. The topics examined cover everything from basic double entry through to the preparation of statements of cash flows, and basic consolidated accounts.
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