A recent IFRS Foundation survey found that 144 of 160 profiled jurisdictions require the use of IFRS for all or most companies. With this global acceptance, and as more than 500 foreign companies are reporting to the SEC using IFRS, learn how to read and understand the differences between U.S. GAAP and IFRS financial reports. This course, the second in a three-course series, concentrates on the assets and liabilities as reported in the financial statements. Analyze U.S. GAAP and IFRS financial reports and outline basic distinctions between the financial reports. Excerpts from public company financial reports will be reviewed.
Inventories. PPE. Intangible assets. Investment property. Impairment of assets. Financial instruments. Provisions. Leases. Income taxes.
Attendees should be familiar with financial reporting presentation.
CPAs, auditors, consultants, and financial and managerial professionals.
Identify similarities and differences between IFRS and U.S. GAAP reporting requirements for assets and liabilities. Inventories. PPE. Intangible assets. Investment property. Impairment of assets. Financial instruments. Provisions. Leases. Income taxes.
Bobbe M. Barnes, CPA, CGMA, CMA, CGFM Fair Oaks Ranch, TX Bobbe is an educator and consultant with many years of professional experience in IFRS & US GAAP training around the world. Most recently, she developed the Certified International Professional Accounting certificate program, comprising training courses and examinations. Bobbe has worked in many countries including the USA, Central & Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Russia, Ukraine, China, Indonesia, Mongolia, and South Korea. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), a Chartered Global Manangement Accountant, a Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and a Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM).
Non-Member Price $119.00
Member Price $89.00