"International Financial Reporting Standards" Essays and Research Papers

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  • CPA 115 Financial Reporting Summary

    CPA 104 FINANCIAL REPORTING MODULE 1 THE FRAMEWORK AND ITS APPLICATION IN FINANCIAL REPORTING Part A: The role of a framework of accounting in global financial markets Objective of General Purpose Financial Reporting To provide financial information about the reporting entity that is useful to existing and potential investors‚ lenders and other creditors in making decisions about providing resources to the entity. Key factors driving the globalisation of financial markets Technological innovation

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  • financial reporting, BSc accounting and financial management, Hull University

    the Critical Thinking Components Superimposed: Accounting for Property‚ Plant & Equipment (IAS 16) – Standard Accounting Practise (Simon‚ 2009) Concerns have been (Kolb 1984) Kolb’s ELT with the Critical Thinking Components Superimposed: Accounting for Property‚ Plant & Equipment (IAS 16) - Variation from the Standard (Simon 2009) (Kolb 1984)

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  • Financial Reporting(Measurement Bases for Financial Accounting-Measurement on Initial Recognition)

    RESEARCH PROPOSAL TITLE: FINANCIAL REPORTING TOPIC: MEASUREMENT BASES FOR FINANCIAL ACCOUNTNG-MEASUREMENT ON INITIAL RECOGNITION. BY: NAME: MIR THASEEN ALI MBA INNOVATIVE MANAGEMENT GROUP: C STUDENT ID NO: 39231 PRESENTED TO: DR OMER MASOOD. Measurement Bases for Financial Accounting — Measurement on Initial Recognition Contents Pages Introduction Summary Title Background 2.1 Aim

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  • Financial Reporting Issues: the Procter & Gamble Company

    Intermediate Accounting Project Assignment #1 AIA2-1 (Financial Reporting Issues: The Procter & Gamble Company) a) Proctor and Gamble’s revenue recognition policies state that the customer recognizes revenue upon either date of shipment or date of receipt; e.g. when the product or receipt has switched hands. They also record revenue net of sales‚ trade promotion spending‚ and other taxes on behalf of governmental authorities. All of these transactions are generally recorded at time of

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  • The Comparative Analysis of Financial Reporting Between China and the UK

    The Comparative Analysis of Financial Reporting Between China and the UK Introduction As commonly acknowledged‚ accounting‚ as a social science‚ a language of economy‚ is affected by the environment in which it stays; In the meantime‚ it also brings impact on this environment (Černe 2009). There are numerous factors that affect the accounting system of a country‚ such as culture‚ politics and economy and other non-accounting factors (Nobes & Parker 2010). China is one of the most populous

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  • Segmental Reporting

    Index 1 Introduction to segmental reporting 2 2 Origin of segmental reporting 2 2.1 The fineness-theorem 2 2.2 Market efficiency theory 2 2.3 Agency theory 2 2.4 Accounting theory 3 3 The most important segmental reporting standards 3 3.1 International Accounting Standard 14 (IAS 14) 3 3.1.1 The International Accounting Standards Committee 3 3.1.2 The International Accounting Standards Board 4 3.1.3 IAS 14: Segment reporting 4 3.1.3.1 Objective of IAS 14 (revised) 4 3.1.3.2 Applicability

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  • Narrative Reporting

    By Afra Sajjad    Introduction     In recent years‚ particularly since the advent of the global financial crisis‚ the debate has grown  over whether annual reports have relevance to investors and other users‚ and enable them to  make proper decisions on companies’ prospects. To bridge the perceived information gap‚ and  to satisfy the information requirements of the standard setters‚ narrative reporting has come  to the fore.    In its various guises – Business Review‚ Management Commentary‚ Management Discussion 

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  • Segment Reporting

    A practical guide to segment reporting September 2008 PricewaterhouseCoopers’ IFRS and corporate governance publications and tools 2008 IFRS technical publications IFRS Manual of Accounting 2008 Provides expert practical guidance on how groups should prepare their consolidated financial statements in accordance with IFRS. Comprehensive publication including hundreds of worked examples‚ extracts from company reports and model financial statements. IFRS Pocket Guide 2008 Provides a summary

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  • Reporting and Disclosure

    5 Reporting and Disclosure Discussion Questions 1. Transparent financial reporting means that timely and accurate disclosures are made on all important matters affecting a company’s financial position and performance. It implies openness‚ communication‚ and accountability. Transparent financial reporting protects investors because nothing is hidden from them. Investors can better assess the risks of owning securities when information is truthful and complete. Transparent financial reporting

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  • Corporate Reporting

    (Hons) in Accounting and Finance Module Title: CORPORATE REPORTING Team Members: 1. LEE KEE TAR‚ UB: 11034518 2. JULIANA BTE ABDUL RAHMAN‚ UB: 11034517 3. VITHIA SUBRAMANIAM‚ UB: 11034521 4. ANG MING LIANG‚ UB: 12038344 Title: SEGMENT DISCLOSURE ARE WIDELY REGARDED AS SOME OF THE MOST USEFUL DISCLOSURE IN FINANCIAL REPORTS BECAUSE OF THE EXTENT TO WHICH THEY DISAGGREGATE FINANCIAL IMFORMATION INTO MEANINGFUL AND OFTEN REVEALING GROUPS.DISCUSS

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