The IFRS Guidebook is designed for both professionals and students. Professionals can use it as a handy reference tool that reduces research time, while students will find that it clarifies many of the more arcane accounting topics. Given its ability to present summarized IFRS information, the IFRS Guidebook may earn a permanent place on your book shelf.
You can find the answers to many accounting questions in the Guidebook that might otherwise require extensive research in the original IFRS source documents, such as:
- What is the proper presentation of a balance sheet?
- What does an indirect method statement of cash flows look like?
- How do I calculate diluted earnings per share?
- What information must be included in interim financial statements?
- How do I use the equity method to account for investments?
- How do I use a cost layering system to account for inventory?
- What is the process for testing intangible assets for impairment?
- How do I account for fixed assets acquired in a business combination?
- When can I recognize revenue?
- How do I account for a defined benefit pension plan?
- How do I account for a business combination?
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Delivery Method: Online QAS Self Study.
Advanced Preparation: None