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From this page you can access UK GAAP and IFRS-related publication series from Deloitte including surveys of particular topics related to financial reporting.

 

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 Model financial statements

Our model financial statements provide comprehensive guidance on the presentation and disclosure requirements for company reporting that apply to both unlisted and listed groups.  The model financial statements cover the requirements in both the front half and back half of the financial statements.

 GAAP manuals 
GAAP provides guidance to entities reporting under either International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) or UK GAAP. 
IFRS in your pocket 2012 IFRS in your pocket
Our popular guide to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs). In addition to useful summaries of all current Standards and Interpretations, it includes information about the IASB organisation, the use of IFRSs around the world, recent pronouncements, active agenda projects of the IASB and IFRS Interpretations Committee, and more.
Guides Guides to pronouncements
Deloitte analysis of individual pronouncements, providing expert practical guidance on their application, and analysis of issues commonly encountered in practice.
Surveys Surveys
The results of the latest surveys undertaken by Deloitte accounting specialists, industry groups and member firms on particular topics related to financial reporting.

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