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Publication Date: 
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Author: 
Deloitte

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This pack provides those dealing with IFRSs with everything they need. With invaluable guidance on application, the pack covers all areas including both IAS 39 and IFRS 9 on financial instruments.

Included volumes:

iGAAP 2018 Volume A: A guide to IFRS reporting
iGAAP 2018 Volume B: Financial Instruments – IFRS 9 and related Standards
iGAAP 2018 Volume C: Financial Instruments – IAS 39 and related Standards
Bonus eBook only volume: iGAAP 2018 Volume D: IFRS disclosures in practice (included with purchases of the ebook or print-and-ebook bundle versions of this pack)

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About Deloitte's iGAAP manuals:

Deloitte’s iGAAP manuals, published by Croner-i, are the authoritative, up-to-date and trusted guides to financial reporting requirements.  With an emphasis on presenting information as clearly as possible, Deloitte manuals are highly practical with illustrated examples throughout.  The manuals provide a complete and comprehensive reference source for reporting under IFRSs.

Written by Deloitte’s technical experts and designed for both professional advisers and businesses, Deloitte manuals provide the most detailed and up-to-date guidance available, enabling the preparation or auditing of financial statements with complete confidence.

The 2018 manuals cover IFRSs extant at 1 September 2017, including:

  • New guidance from IFRIC 22 Foreign Currency Transactions and Advance Consideration and IFRIC 23 Uncertainty Over Income Tax Treatments
  • Requirements of IFRS 9