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FAR CPA 2011


Relevance a. Feedback Value b. Predictive value c. Timeliness
Reliability a. Representational faithfulness b. Verifiability c. Neutrality
IFRS-Principal qualitative characteristic of financial statements a. Understandability b. relevance c. reliability d. comparability
Fundational recognition criteria a. definition b. measurable c. relevant d. reliable
Form 10-K It is the annual report to the SEC. It is certified by an independent accountant and signed by principal executive, financial, and accounting officers and majority of the bod.
Form 10-Q It is the quarterly report to SEC. Interim financial information must be reviewed by an independent accountant.
Form 8-K It is a current report to disclose material events. It include: change in control, acqusition or disposition of a significant amount of assets, bankruptcy or receivership, resignation of directors, and a change in CPA.
Created by: mdoncouse