Paul Munter, an audit partner at KPMG and an IFRS expert, says minimizing differences has some validity because IFRS allows companies to exercise more judgment about accounting items; that would give them latitude to decide how a certain item in GAAP would appear if reported under IFRS. The approach ?uses GAAP as an anchor, and says we?re only going to make changes where absolutely necessary,? he says.
Accounting & Auditing Starting IFRS: Clean Sheet or Topside Tweaking? By Tammy Whitehouse point. “They’ll develop IFRS po
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