Australia

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  • Service: Audit, Financial Statement Audit, Financial Reporting & Accounting Standards, Topics, Business Reporting
  • Type: Regulatory update
  • Date: 28/03/2014

Australian Financial Reporting Manual – June 2014 

The KPMG Financial Reporting Manual reflects Corporations Act 2001 requirements and Australian Accounting Standards on issue at 31 January 2014 that must be applied by an entity for interim and annual financial reports for year ending 30 June 2014.
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The purpose of this manual is to:

 

  • provide a guide to the Australian financial reporting environment and legal financial reporting framework
  • give guidance on distinguishing between reporting and non-reporting entities
  • provide specific guidance on the financial reporting requirements of various types of entities
  • outline the requirements for annual, concise and interim reporting.

 

The Financial Reporting Manual is designed to be a companion to KPMG’s Insights into IFRS. It focuses on the Australian regulatory framework for preparation and lodgement of financial reports whereas Insights into IFRS focuses on application and interpretation of accounting standards.

 

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