FAF considers accounting standards for private companies

08/29/2011 | AccountingWEB

The Financial Accounting Foundation is considering whether to form a board to develop accounting standards for private companies. The shift could affect the way firms handle accounting issues, including fair-value reporting, derivatives and uncertain tax positions. Proponents argued that generally accepted accounting principles are ill-suited for smaller firms that operate differently from large, public companies.

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