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Accounting alerts 2014

Keeping our clients up-to-date on financial reporting issues

Financial reporting is changing rapidly. Our Accounting Technical team will keep you up-to-date with our newsletters.

Accounting standards are changing rapidly and the need to be informed has never been greater. This is especially true with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB) set to introduce new initiatives over the next few years.

Our Accounting Technical team produces regular Heads Up newsletters to keep clients up to date with announcements, emerging issues and any uncertainties in financial reporting interpretation. New subscribers can register to be added to our distribution list. Subscribers receive accounting alerts, IAS Plus updates and our Monthly roundup.

You can also access our IAS Plus website – recognised as the premier International Finance Reporting Standards (IFRS) resource on the web.

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  • Accounting alerts: #9
    Amendments to AASB 1053
    The AASB has issued AASB 2014-2 Amendments to AASB 1053 – Transition to and between Tiers, and related Tier 2 Disclosure Requirements.
  • Accounting alerts: #8
    Heads Up: ASIC’s findings from 31 December 2013 financial reports
    ASIC inquiries related to: accounting estimates, accounting policy choices and key disclosures. Findings included matters related to non-write down of impaired assets, among others.
  • Accounting alerts: #7
    RSE Executive Remuneration Disclosures
    From 1 July 2014, an “RSE licensee” is required to make the remuneration details of executive officers and individual trustees (“EO information”) publicly available.

Accounting alerts: 2014 archive

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