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CHAPTER 15
ACCOUNTS

6. Provisions, other than provisions for depreciation or renewals of assets. [The Board of Trade, if satisfied that it is not in the public interest and would prejudice the company, may dispense with this, on condition that any amount arrived at after taking into account these provisions shall be so indicated].
7. Income from investments, distinguishing between trade and other investments.
8. The amount of dividends paid and proposed.
9. The remuneration of the auditors, if it is not fixed by the company in general meeting.
10. By way of note
(a) if depreciation or replacement of fixed assets is provided for by some method other than a depreciation charge or provision for renewals or is not provided for, the method by which it is provided for or the fact that it is not provided for;
(b) the basis on which United Kingdom income tax is computed;
whether or not the amount of dividends paid and proposed is subject to deduction of income tax;
(d) except in the first profit and loss account after July 1, 1948,
the corresponding amounts for the immediately preceding financial year for all items shown in the profit and loss account;
any material respects in which any items shown in the profit and loss account are affected
(i) by transactions of a sort not' usually undertaken by the company or otherwise by circumstances of an exceptional or non-recurrent nature, or
(ii) by any change in the basis of accounting.
There must also be shown in the accounts (either the balance sheet or the profit and loss account) laid before the company in general meeting:
1. The amount of any loans made to any officer of the company (s. 197).

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