notes to the accounts
- = notes to financial statementsInformation supporting that given on the face of a company's financial statements. Many notes are required to be given by law, including those detailing fixed assets, investments, share capital, debentures, and reserves. Other information may be required by accounting standards or be given to facilitate the users' understanding of the company and its current and future performance.
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