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Archive by category: IFRS (international accounting) Return
April 2019
If you have an accounting period beginning on or after 1 January 2019, you will likely find yourself coming up against IFRS 16. This is a major change for how leases are treated and eliminates nearly all off-balance sheet accounting for leases.
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March 2019
There have been more than a few eye-catching headliners around about IFRS 17 – "a whole new perspective", "a game changer", "a light shining through darkness", "the dawn of a new era" - all of which, of course, are true.
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Gloria Zvaravanhu who has been newly appointed as chief executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe, talks about her new role. She covers what is affecting the accounting practice in Zimbabwe, including corporate governance.
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February 2019
When IFRS 15 was published in May 2014, it significantly impacted real estate companies as they were able to recognise revenue over a construction period, as long as certain conditions were met.
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A new campaign by the UK government called Flag it up, is being used to promote best practice in anti-money laundering compliance. The national Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime 2018 by the National Crime Agency suggests that...
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If you analyse IFRS financial statements, there are three key updates that you must be aware of:
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January 2019
The IASB have targeted three main areas for improvement for IFRS 17 in their January board meeting. The proposed improvements, voted in by the board, are linked to the recognition of contract costs, reinsurance contracts and...
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Sometimes a day’s course just isn’t enough. To truly further your knowledge in an area, you need to invest time and effort into your learning. We have a several courses that allow our attendees to fully immerse themselves in a topic area.
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The IFRS Foundation has published IFRS Taxonomy 2018- Proposed Update 2 general improvements for public consultation, with the aim of making the Taxonomy easier to use.
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The EBA has published a report on IFRS 9 implementation in particular around the first stages of IFRS 9 implementation, whilst a deeper analysis is in progress.
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