How IASB members use comment letters

John Hughes runs an excellent blog on Accounting and IFRS Standards. In a recent post Language barriers and the IASB, or: please read the letter that I wrote! | John Hughes IFRS Blog (disclosurehub.org), John Hughes commented on my post Language Barriers to commenting on IASB proposals – Accounting Miscellany I need to pick up… Continue reading How IASB members use comment letters

Assumptions are not just a throw-away

The term ‘assumption’ figures prominently in some accounting standards, but can give the wrong impression. Where accounting standards refer to ‘assumptions’ The term appears in contexts where a preparer needs to make an accounting estimate. IAS defines accounting estimates as ‘monetary amounts in financial statements that are subject to measurement uncertainty’. Some IFRS standards use… Continue reading Assumptions are not just a throw-away