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Year in review — 2014

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Dec 30, 2014

US GAAP Plus turned one in September and 2014 marked our first full calendar year in existence. We've devoted significant resources to bring you comprehensive coverage of all things U.S. GAAP, IFRS, and broader financial reporting and other relevant topics.

We've steadily improved the site during the year to make it more mobile friendly and easier to navigate, and to provide more comprehensive content, including our industry and topical collections. Our overall visitor numbers grew exponentially and our @DeloitteAcctg Twitter handle provides followers with a wealth of financial reporting information included on US GAAP Plus as well as other Web sites.

Overall, our most popular pages remain our accounting standards summaries, and we continued to witness strong demand for our news, publications, resource pages, and project summaries.

Our 10 most popular stories of 2014
  1. IASB and FASB issue new, converged revenue standards (May).
  2. IASB publishes final version of IFRS 9 (July).
  3. FASB issues guidance on hybrid financial instruments (November).
  4. FASB meets to discuss financial statement presentation (June).
  5. AICPA issues SAS 128 (February).
  6. FASB issues guidance on goodwill and interest rate swaps for private companies (January).
  7. FASB redefines discontinued operations (April).
  8. FASB issues guidance on the reclassification of collateralized mortgage loans (January).
  9. SASB issues provisional transportation standards (September).
  10. FASB issues guidance on going concern (August).

We wish you a happy and safe New Year. We look forward to bringing you the latest financial reporting news in 2015.

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