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Your ACC514 assessment 2 is to undergo extensive research and prepare a newsletter.
"You are employed in a large accounting firm which specialises in preparing general purpose financial reports for large companies that are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). As the training manager, one of your key tasks is to prepare a regular newsletter for staff involved in the preparation of the above financial reports. The purpose of the newsletter is to keep staff updated on the latest financial reporting news, alerting staff of changes and developments that may impact their work, and provide enough information to staff to satisfy the following:
For staff to understand the nature of the news / change / development and its potential impact (so staff can decide whether they need to investigate further given the nature of their own work);
Provide directions to staff of where they can access further information on the news / change / development if they wish to (including website links where appropriate).
Prepare a 2 page newsletter that identifies and summarises changes / developments and news in the financial reporting environment for the observation period from 1 December 2020 to 31 March 2021, inclusive."
See your Subject Outline for further guidelines.
Prepare, identify, summarise
Qualifying words & phrases
1 December 2020 to 31 March 2021, Australia, international
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