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Holding and Movements Alcohol Strategy Accounts

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Accounts: What is the Profit and Loss Account (P&L)?

This is a summary of the trader’s transactions over a given period of time. Thisis usually 12 months, but can be longer or shorter depending on when trading starts,financial year-end and change of year-end. However, once this has been established,further P&L Accounts will be on an annual basis.

These form part of the financial statement, required by law, to be submitted by allbusinesses incorporated under company acts to Companies House.