ACCT 564 Week 2 Homework Assignment

ACCT 564 Week 2 Homework Assignment


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Exercise 3 On May 19, 2004, the IASB published a single volume of its official pronouncements that will be applicable from January 1, 2005. Prepare a list of them.

Chapter 4, Exercise 1 What is the cost of inventory in the current year?

Chapter 4, Exercise 4 What is the depreciation expense for Year 1?

Chapter 5, Case 5-1 (S.A. Harrington Company)

Explanations of Adjustments:

Restructuring:

Pension Plan:

Stock Options:

Revenue Recognition:

Bonds Payable:

ACCT 564: Week 2 Home Work
Your Name.. ACCT 564: International Accounting and Multinational Enterprises Keller Graduate School of Management Professor: Doris Lombard Date: September 13, 2015

Exercise 3

On May 19, 2004, the IASB published a single volume of its official pronouncements that will be applicable from January 1, 2005. Prepare a list of them.

The publishing of the pronouncements was a direct response to the approaching deadline for implementing IFRS in the EU and other jurisdictions. The IFRS pronouncements provided a complete and comprehensive breakdown of the latest version of IFRSs, International Accounting Standards (TASs) and Interpretations. The publication also included supporting documents published by the...

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