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IFRS 15: Our five tips for a successful implementation

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Implementing IFRS 15, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, is the 2017 hot topic for many IFRS preparers in the run-up to the January 1, 2018 effective date for calendar year-end companies.

IFRS Perspectives - February 2017

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KPMG provides an update on IFRS issues in the US, including the importance of IFRS to US markets, and how the adoption of IFRS in Japan affects US companies.

IFRS and US GAAP long awaited changes to hedge accounting

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The IASB took a comprehensive approach in revising its hedge accounting guidance. Effective for most companies in 2018, IFRS 9 brings many welcomed changes.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: PP&E – Component approach

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IFRS requires entities to separately depreciate the parts that are significant parts of property, plant and equipment.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: Liability/equity classification

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Many instruments classified as a financial liability under IFRS could be classified as equity or temporary equity under US GAAP.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: R&D costs

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The accounting for research and development costs under IFRS can be significantly more complex than under US GAAP.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: R&D costs

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Under US GAAP, R&D costs within the scope of ASC 730 are expensed as incurred.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: Liability/ equity classification

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The general principles that drive the classification of a financial instrument as a financial liability or as equity under IFRS are outlined below.

Impairment under IFRS 9 for US companies

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Both IFRS 9 and CECL focus on expected credit losses, but the models are significantly different.

Information management

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How do you effectively transform data on a consistent basis into information which can provide actionable intelligence for an organization? KPMG believes it starts with identifying, enabling, and realizing business value.
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