The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has put forward new proposals relating to organisations adopting IFRS for the first time.
Eight politicians, financiers and accountants this week published a letter in The Times calling for the government to repeal the UK’s commitment to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS
basically it asks for a repeal of IFRS and is signed by the great and the good and the darn right ordinary, what doe people think about it.
First question on this forum and not an accountant so go easy on me!
Preparers and users of accounts across Europe are ambivalent about the introduction of the new IFRS for SMEs, a European Commission survey has found.
Steve Collings outlines the fundamental principles of accounting for goodwill and intangible assets and assess the differences between current UK GAAP, IFRS and the proposed IFRS for SMEs.
As I am not an expert on accounting or IFRS, I wasn't sure which argument more corresponds with IFRS.
<<Let say that A and B entered into joint venture (JV) on C.
IASB chairman Sir David Tweedie is not a man given to kow-towing to anyone, but he was on his best behaviour this week as he defended the board’s technical policies at a meeting of the European U
Eric Anstee, chairman of the Institute of Financial Accountants, speaks to AccountingWEB.co.uk about IFRS for SMEs, accountancy body mergers and why the term ‘accountant’ should be protected.