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Accounting Roundup – August 2009

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02 Sep 2009

We have posted the August 2009 Edition of Accounting Roundup published by Deloitte & Touche LLP (United States).

The newsletter is now organised by topic rather than by standard-setter. Topics covered in this issue include:

Consolidation

  • FASB Issues Proposal Regarding Ownership Provisions in the Consolidation Subtopic
Fair Value
  • FASB Issues Proposal on Fair Value Measurements and Disclosures
  • FASB Issues Accounting Standards Update Regarding Measuring Liabilities at Fair Value
Financial Instruments
  • IASB Proposes Guidance on Classification of Rights Issues
  • IFRIC Proposes Interpretation on Extinguishing Financial Liabilities With Equity Instruments
Other Accounting
  • IASB Proposes Changes as Part of Its Annual Improvements Project
SEC Matters
  • SEC Announces James L. Kroeker as SEC Chief Accountant
  • SEC Sends Sample Letter to Public Companies on MD&A Disclosure Regarding Provisions and Allowances for Loan Losses
  • SEC Releases Interpretive Guidance Regarding the FASB's Codification
  • SEC's Division of Corporation Finance Issues Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations
  • SEC Issues Orders Approving PCAOB Rule Proposals
  • SEC Staff Issues Notice Regarding Upcoming EDGAR Release 9.17 and XBRL Validation
You will find past issues of Accounting Roundup Here.

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