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Accounting Roundup – first quarter 2010 review

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06 Apr 2010

We have posted Accounting Roundup: First Quarter in Review–2010, prepared by the Accounting Standards and Communications Group of Deloitte LLP (USA).

This newsletter provides brief descriptions of pronouncements affecting accounting, financial reporting, and corporate governance issued during 1Q-2010 by standard setters and regulators including FASB, EITF, AICPA, SEC, FASAB, PCAOB, GASB, IASB, IFRIC, and IAASB. This quarterly review consists of articles, adapted as necessary, from issues of Accounting Roundup published in January and February 2010, as well as new articles for the month of March. There's also information about upcoming Dbriefs Webcasts. You will find past issues Here. International and IFRS-related developments covered in this edition of Accounting Roundup include:
  • IASB Reexposes Proposals for the Measurement of Liabilities in IAS 37
  • FASB and IASB Publish Exposure Draft on Reporting Entity Concept for the Conceptual Framework
  • SEC Publishes Work Plan for Moving Forward With IFRSs for U.S. Issuers
  • IASC Foundation Proposes IFRS Taxonomy 2010
  • New Members Appointed to the IASB
  • FCAG Issues Letter to G-20 on IASB and FASB Progress
  • IASB Issues Limited Exemption Amendment to IFRS 1
Click to view Accounting Roundup — First quarter in review — 2010 (PDF 427k; 47 pages).


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