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Accounting Roundup: Year in Review — 2011


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Attached is the 2011 edition of Accounting Roundup: Year in Review. In 2011, the FASB and IASB continued their efforts to converge U.S. GAAP and IFRSs, making progress on their joint projects on (1) financial instruments, (2) revenue recognition, (3) leasing, and (4) insurance contracts.

Two other topics also dominated the accounting news: (1) IFRSs in the United States and (2) private-company accounting. In response to the feedback received from the FAF, AICPA, and others on its proposed framework to incorporate IFRSs into the U.S. financial reporting system, the SEC released two additional staff papers. In addition, the AICPA grabbed headlines this year when it (1) recommended optional adoption of IFRSs by U.S. public companies in a comment letter to the SEC and (2) disagreed with the FAF's proposal to create a council under the oversight of the FASB that would work toward improving private-company standard setting.

Accounting Roundup, published by Deloitte & Touche LLP, briefly describes recent U.S. regulatory and professional developments in the field of accounting. In each issue, visitors find summaries with hyperlinks to more detailed information. Accounting Roundup acts as a resource guide for accounting, financial, investment, legal, tax, and other business professionals.

Find the complete issue of Accounting Roundup — Special Edition in the PDF attachment. Or visit our Accounting Roundup Archive, where you can access past issues and other special editions.

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