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Accounting Roundup – July 2007

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03 Aug 2007

We have posted the July 2007 Edition of Accounting Roundup published by Deloitte & Touche LLP (USA).

Topics covered in this issue include:

FASB Developments

  • FASB Issues Proposed FSP on Statement 140
  • FASB Issues Proposed Implementation Issue on Statement 133
AICPA Developments
  • AICPA Issues Auditing Interpretation of Section 325
SEC Developments
  • SEC Staff Provides Views on First-Time IFRS Reporting
  • Additional Proposed Rules Issued Related to Capital Raising and Disclosure Requirements for Smaller Companies
  • SEC Extends Voluntary XBRL Program to Mutual Funds
  • SEC Votes to Adopt Antifraud Rule Under Investment Advisers Act
PCAOB Developments
  • PCAOB Proposes New Ethics and Independence Rule and Amends Existing Tax Service Rule
  • PCAOB Enters Into Cooperative Arrangement With Australian Securities and Investments Commission
GASB Developments
  • GASB Issues New Standard on Intangible Assets
International Developments
  • IASB Issues Interpretation on IAS 19
  • IASB Issues Proposed Guidance on Real Estate Sales
  • IASB Issues Proposed Guidance on Hedges of a Net Investment in a Foreign Operation
  • Meeting to Promote Global Convergence in Emerging and Transition Economies
  • India Announces Convergence With IFRSs Beginning in 2011
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