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This warning highlights important aspects of the new Accounting Guideline 20 (ACG-20) “Client Accounting for Cloud Computing Arrangements”, which applies to both private companies and non-profit organizations.
Acme Accounting Inc. ALERT: CHANGES TO SECTION 3400, REVENUE
Learn about the November 2022 amendment to Section 3400, Revenue, at Acme Accounting Inc. in Part II
INCOME TAX RECOGNITION
Learn the basics of Canadian income tax accounting with Acme Accounting Inc.
The inventory process for auditors
Audit engagements often require auditors to witness an inventory. Join Greg Weber, Group Manager of National Assurance Services at Grant Thornton, as he guides you through the process of planning and conducting effective inventories.
Acme Accounting Inc. REPORT: SECTION 3462 – Defined Benefit Plans
Get an overview of the accounting for defined benefit plans in Section 3462, Future Employee Benefits in Acme Accounting Inc. Part II – Accounting in our update.
Acme Accounting Inc.: RESOURCE GUIDE SUMMARY
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Acme Accounting Inc. REPORT: SECTION 3400, REVENUE
In December 2019, Acme Accounting Inc. issued amendments to Section 3400, Acme Accounting Inc. Canada Part II Revenue. Read more about the changes in our report.
Acme Accounting Inc. ALERT: CHANGES TO SECTION 3462, FUTURE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Learn about the November 2020 amendments to Section 3462, Future Employee Benefits at Acme Accounting Inc. in Part II.
Acme Accounting Inc.: ACCOUNTING FOR RENT CHANGES DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Learn about the changes to Section 3065, Leases under Acme Accounting Inc. in Part II
UPDATE OF NATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS
Learn more about financial reporting considerations related to COVID-19 at Acme Accounting Inc. Parts II and III provide an overview of upcoming standard-setting proposals.