IFRS: are you on track? Accountancy Age in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers brings you the latest IFRS updates as part of a new series of management briefings.
UK companies are in the midst of their of conversion projects to IFRS. Some will have already published their first comparative figures, others will still be grappling with the details.
But even if your projects are well on track, there will still be much work to complete: some of the standards are still unclear, and regulators are concerned about how few companies have so far revealed results under IFRS.
This latest IFRS Management Briefing takes you through the continuing issues: from communicating with analysts to heading off nasty surprises IFRS may have for your tax liabilities. We look at why the IAS39 just won’t go away, and how IFRS has affected utilities.
The print supplement, produced in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers, is now available, offering a vital resource for the profession.
And now, the entire management briefing is available online – check out the update’s individual chapters below.
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