Deloitte’s GAAP manuals, published by Croner-i, are the authoritative, up-to-date and trusted guides to UK financial reporting requirements. Practical, and illustrated with examples throughout, they provide a complete and comprehensive reference source for reporting under UK GAAP and IFRSs.
Written by Deloitte’s technical experts and designed for both businesses and professional advisers, the manuals provide the most detailed and up-to-date guidance available, enabling the preparation or auditing of financial statements with confidence. They are available as print or online. We also have a full suite of iGAAP manuals.
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For those dealing with both UK GAAP and IFRSs, this complete set includes all of the guidance you might need for UK listed and unlisted companies. With model annual reports and financial statements, under both IFRSs and FRS 102 (new UK GAAP), together with volumes providing in-depth explanation and interpretation of UK GAAP and IFRS requirements, this set will cover all your needs as a preparer, auditor or student.
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This pack provides comprehensive guidance for companies applying UK GAAP in the form of FRS 102. It includes guidance on the legal and regulatory framework in the UK, and detailed insight into FRS 102.
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This comprehensive pack is designed to help those preparing or auditing the financial statements of UK companies that apply IFRS Standards or FRS 101. It includes in-depth guidance on IFRS Standards, including IFRS 9 and IAS 39, as well as guidance on the legal and regulatory framework in the UK.
This volume analyses and provides guidance on the many legal and regulatory requirements that must be applied in the preparation of financial statements for both listed and unlisted entities in the UK.
This volume offers detailed section-by-section analysis of FRS 102.
This two-part volume explains how to apply IFRS Standards for a UK company, with guidance from expert authors focusing on practical implementation issues. Discussion and analysis of issues is specific to the UK.
This volume explains the application of IFRS 9, effective from 1 January 2018, with specific guidance for entities transitioning from IAS 39 and for first time adopters of IFRS Standards.
Although eventually IFRS 9 (covered in Volume D) will supersede this Standard, this volume covers IAS 39, which remains highly relevant to all UK companies with financial instruments.