Accounting standards in europe, accounting, Basic Statistics

Accounting Standards in Europe countries: Europe has seen the maximum progress in having developed its accounting standards. In 2000, a document was published by the European Commission which proposed that all listed companies should prepare the financial statements as per the IAS. Currently, more than 10000 listed companies have adopted the IFRS while preparing their financial records. Also, the European Union permits organizations to adopt IFRS even for the income tax statements.   In the EU, the IFRS and the GAAP are not very different from each other; they pretty much converge with each other.  Floyd A. Beams John A. Brozovsky Craig D. Shoulders (2005)

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