Example: Consolidation with Foreign Currencies
Last update: 10/2022 (video added to the end of the article) In today’s world, most groups spread their activities abroad and logically different members of the group operate in different currencies. Is the consolidation process of combining the financial statements of two (or more) companies…
Accounting for CAPEX threshold and its change under IFRS
What happens when you buy lots of assets below your capex threshold, but still high expense? And, should you revise your capex threshold retrospectively? Learn here!
Projected Unit Credit Method (IAS 19) with Example
Recently I got across the interesting question. One lady working for a company adopting IFRS for the first time asked me if they can still mark their financial statements as compliant with IFRS, if they do not apply projected unit credit method, but do apply…
How to account for rentals depending on inflation and future sales?
What if your lease payments depend on future sales, inflation, use of the asset, interest rate or other things – what should you do? How should you account for them under IFRS 16? Find out here!
IFRS Reporting in Hyperinflationary Economy (IAS 29)
How to report in hyperinflationary economy under IFRS in three steps: with the video!
How to account for financial guarantees under IFRS 9?
What is a financial guarantee? What is it NOT? And, how to account for financial guarantees under IFRS 9? Learn here!
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