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Insights into IFRS
Insights into IFRS
KPMG's Practical Guide to International Financial Reporting Standards
17th Edition
Practice Area:  Accountancy
ISBN:  9780414079748
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  10 Sep 2020
Format:  eBook - ProView, Hardback
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Applying IFRS® Standards to real transactions and arrangements can be a significant challenge. And as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact companies, communicating effectively to investors and other stakeholders has never been more important. Insights into IFRS is based on KPMG member firms’ experience of applying IFRS Standards around the world and explains our views on many interpretative issues. We’ve taken the questions that we’ve received and turned them into practical guidance to help you apply IFRS Standards to your situation.

Key features:
  • Practical guidance for preparing and interpreting financial statements
  • Clear and insightful analysis of technical accounting issues
  • Real-life examples illustrating practical application
  • The latest thinking on IFRS Standards, including forthcoming requirements and future developments
  • An appendix of currently effective and forthcoming requirements
New to this edition:
  • Expanded guidance on the new leases, revenue and financial instruments standards
  • Latest amendments to the new insurance contracts standard
  • New guidance on the definition of a business
  • New chapter on investments in separate financial statements
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