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  • Intermediate Accounting Test Bank

    Characteristics of FASB. b 59. FASB and "due process" system. b 60. Publications of FASB. c 61. Purpose of FASB Technical Bulletins. d 62. Purpose of Emerging Issues Task Force. b 63. Role of the AICPA. b 64. Pronouncement issued by the APB. c 65. Standard setting organizations. d 66. Identification of standard setting organizations. c 67. Statements of financial accounting concepts. d P68. FASB members. d P69. FASB statement process. d 70. Nature of GAAP. d 71. Body which

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  • Accounting for Stock Options

    The principal debate is whether compensation expense should be recognized for stock options and, if so, the periods over which it should be allocated. Before 1995, the provisions of Accounting Principles Board (APB) Opinion 25, issued in 1972, determined accounting for stock options. APB Opinion 25 measured stock options using the intrinsic value method, whereby compensation expense was determined as the excess of the stock price at the measurement date (generally, the grant date) over the option

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  • Explaining Basic Accounting Concepts and Business Structures

    Accounting Concepts and Business Structures The Hierarchy of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles identifies the sources for the accounting standards and principles. These sources include “FASB Standards, Interpretations, and Staff Positions; APB Opinions; and AICPA Accounting Research Bulletins” (Kieso, Weygandt, & Warfield, 2007, p. 12). When companies prepare financial statements in accordance with GAAP, they sometimes run into situations in which some standards do not address a certain

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  • Ntermediate Accounting

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Financial Accounting

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Accounting

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Worldcom and Ethics in Accounting

    with the Accounting Principal Board (APB). The APB was in place until 1973 and its 31 opinions and 4 statements that were issued during this time period lead to the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) ("Quickmba financial accounting," 2010). The APB was criticized for its position on several controversial topics and in 1971 the Wheat Committee was formed to evaluate the APB and opposed changes. The findings of the Wheat Committee were to replace the APB with a new standards setting structure

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  • Accounting Standards Board Paper

    response to the demand the AICPA forms the Accounting Principles Board or the APB. The APB was made up of seventeen to twenty- one accounting professionals, individuals from the industry, the government, and academia. The objectives of the APB were to advance the written expression of the generally accepted accounting principles and to narrow the areas of differences in appropriate practice. The first chairman of the APB, Weldon Powell, believed that accounting research was applied and pure and that

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  • Tiger Beer Case Study

    drunk driving or excessive drinking by its loyal users. For example, APB has participated in “Get Your Sexy Back” campaign and Socially Responsible Drinking campaign to promote safe drinking amongst youth. Thus, Tiger beer projects a sporty and exuberant personality which is likely to attract its target audience. Question 2 Part A Perceived quality: Tiger beer has a reputation of being a quality product. APB has nine state-of-art breweries in Singapore which use latest technology

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  • Zeff 1978

    standard-setting process. In the end, the inability of the APB to deal effectively with these forces led to its demise and the establishment in 1973 of the FASB. The true preoccupations of the intervening third parties have not always been made clear. When trying to understand the thirdparty arguments, one must remember that before the 1970s the accounting model employed by the American Institute of CPAs committee on accounting procedure (CAP) and the APB was, formally at least, confined to technical accounting

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  • Audit Project

    stated by APB Opinion 25” (Alexander 2007). The intrinsic value method measures compensation cost as the excess value of market price over the employee’s purchase price at the measurement date. Compensation expense should correspond to the total amount by which the stock options are “in-the-money” at the measurement date (Alexander 2007). When the measurement and grant date’s values are equal no employee compensation cost is recognized under APB Opinion 25. “Under paragraph 10(b) of APB Opinion

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  • Chapter 1

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Rise of Economic Consequences

    economic consequences did not become a major issue till 1970s 1. Management and other parties tended to use the second argument above, encouraging the standard-setting bodies to confine themselves to traditional accounting model 2. The CAP and APB were determined to solve controversies in context of traditional accounting. Early Uses of Economic Consequences Arguments Earliest possible use of economic consequences reasoning in policy pronouncements was possibly in 1941. Accounting Research

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  • Business and Management

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Accounting Solution

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Financial Accounting and Accounting Standards

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Operations

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Financial Reporting Timeline

    authority over accounting issues at the time. Although the committee was able to make substantial progress in its’ 20 years of existence, but many lost faith in their ability to get work done 2. Accounting Principles Board f. Role – The APB was established to bring research to the forefront of critical accounting decisions. Initially, the research preceded any opinions issued by the committee. When the research division provided reports contrary to the views of the board they began to

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  • Solution to Intermediate Accounting Ch1

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Transactions and Events

    revenues and expenses were not being classified in the same way across the field of business entities (Schroeder). The Board concluded that businesses were not interpreting APB Opinion No. 9 in a similar manner and that a more detailed criterion needed to be created to ensure a more uniform interpretation of its requirements. APB Opinion No. 30, “Reporting the Results of Operations,” “extraordinary items were defined as events and transactions that are distinguished by both their unusual nature and

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  • Merger and Acquisition of Asia Pacific Breweries

    Heineken getting approval to take control of Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) on Sept. 28 in a buyout of joint-venture partner Fraser & Neave Ltd (F&N) for S$5.6 billion (Robinson, 2012). The acquisition of APB offered compelling financial and strategic value for Heineken and its shareholders. Heineken was able to gain a direct access to Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands and China’s emerging regions for global beer through APB platform. APB has over 40 beer brands with Bintang and Tiger beer gain 42% and

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  • Auditing Standard

    Overview of Auditing Standards Ethical Standards Ethical Standards (FRS, 2010) is issued by Auditing Practices Board. Its responsibilities are set up standards and guidance for auditing work. According to this standard, APB tries to enhance confidence on auditing process for public. ESs includes five requirements that auditors must adhere to and its primary objective is to give ‘true and fair’ opinions on financial statement. The credibility of audit opinions depends on the integrity, objectivity

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  • Three Pigs Case

    that inventory amounts will be restored by year-end.” According to this, because the impairment loss only occurs at the beginning of October, and is estimated to recover quickly and efficiently, a write-down wouldn’t be necessary. Also, according to APB-28 Paragraph 14c, “Inventory losses from market declines should not be deferred beyond the interim period in which the decline occurs. Recoveries of such losses on the same inventory in later interim periods of the same fiscal year through market price

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  • Accounting

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Chapter 1 Financial Accounting Answers

    Characteristics of FASB. b 59. FASB and "due process" system. b 60. Publications of FASB. c 61. Purpose of FASB Technical Bulletins. d 62. Purpose of Emerging Issues Task Force. b 63. Role of the AICPA. b 64. Pronouncement issued by the APB. c 65. Standard setting organizations. d 66. Identification of standard setting organizations. c 67. Statements of financial accounting concepts. d P68. FASB members. d P69. FASB statement process. d 70. Nature of GAAP. d 71. Body which

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  • Apostolou Crumbley 2005 Cpa Journal

    The principal debate is whether compensation expense should be recognized for stock options and, if so, the periods over which it should be allocated. Before 1995, the provisions of Accounting Principles Board (APB) Opinion 25, issued in 1972, determined accounting for stock options. APB Opinion 25 measured stock options using the intrinsic value method, whereby compensation expense was determined as the excess of the stock price at the measurement date (generally, the grant date) over the option

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  • Ch.1 Outline

    7. Wheat committees recommendations resulted in creation of FASB 8. Reference slide 22 9. Mission is to establish and improve standards of financial accounting and reporting. 10. Differences between FASB and APB c. Smaller membership d. Increased independence e. Broader representation f. Greater autonomy 11. The first step taken in the establishment of a typical FASB statement is

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  • Supervisor

    problems as they arose. Accounting Principles Board (APB) In 1959, the AICPA replaced CAP with the Accounting Principles Board (APB), which issued 31 opinions and 4 statements until it was dissolved in 1973. GAAP essentially arose from the opinions of the APB. The APB was criticized for its structure and for several of its positions on controversial topics. In 1971 the Wheat Committee (chaired by Francis Wheat) was formed to evaluate the APB and propose changes. Financial Accounting Standards

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  • Case

    Accounting Principles Board a) role; This group preceded the current Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). The APB members served in a part-time capacity to determine the accounting standards from 1962 to 1973. The accounting rules established by the APB were titled Opinions and remain as part of the generally accepted accounting principles b) history; c) structure; APB membership differed little from the CAP. Initial membership of 18 was increased to 21 to better distribute the workload

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  • Paper

    58. Characteristics of FASB. b 59. FASB and "due process" system. b 60. Publications of FASB. c 61. Purpose of FASB Technical Bulletins. d 62. Purpose of Emerging Issues Task Force. b 63. Role of the AICPA. b 64. Pronouncement issued by the APB. c 65. Standard setting organizations. d 66. Identification of standard setting organizations. c 67. Statements of financial accounting concepts. d P68. FASB members. d P69. FASB statement process. d 70. Nature of GAAP. d 71. Body which promulgates

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  • Heineken Report

    the U.S. APB maintained strong growth momentum Strengthening our business through higher investments in marketing and capital expenditure Innovations delivered €1.1billion of revenues; 5.9% innovation rate Accelerated TCM2 cost savings of €300 million Diluted EPS (beia) of €2.75 includes a 10 cent negative impact from revised IAS19 and foreign currency translational movements Organic growth calculations throughout this presentation assume HEINEKEN’s joint venture share of 41.9% of APB prior to consolidation

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  • Case Study

    came into existence. In 1973, the Financial Accounting Standards Board was formed, and the APB went out of existence. Do the reasons these groups were formed, their methods of operation while in existence, and the reasons for the demise of the first two indicate an increasing politicalization (as the term is used in the broad sense) of accounting standard setting? Explain your answer by indicating how the CAP, APB, and FASB operated or operate. Cite specific developments that tend to support your answer

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  • Acct

    Characteristics of FASB. b 59. FASB and "due process" system. b 60. Publications of FASB. c 61. Purpose of FASB Technical Bulletins. d 62. Purpose of Emerging Issues Task Force. b 63. Role of the AICPA. b 64. Pronouncement issued by the APB. c 65. Standard setting organizations. d 66. Identification of standard setting organizations. c 67. Statements of financial accounting concepts. d P68. FASB members. d P69. FASB statement process. d 70. Nature of GAAP. d 71. Body which

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  • Account 1

    13. In 1959, the AICPA created the Accounting Principles Board (APB). The major purposes of this group were (a) to advance the written expression of accounting principles, (b) to deter-mine appropriate practices, and (c) to narrow the areas of difference and inconsistency in practice. The APB was designated as the AICPA’s sole authority for public pronouncements on accounting principles. Its pronouncements, known as APB Opinions, were intended to be based mainly on research studies and be supported

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  • Accounting Standards

    the APB, speaks of the decentralization management, and the problems facing FASB. The institutional structure of the APB is decentralized, as previously mentioned, which leads to an “informal” organizational relationship. Horngren believes the APB folded because of institutional forces rather than internal disintegration (Horngran 61). He states that in politics Congress has the ultimate power, but delegates some of it to the SEC. In turn, the SEC delegates much of this power to the APB. He

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  • Heineken Marketing

    the U.S. APB maintained strong growth momentum Strengthening our business through higher investments in marketing and capital expenditure Innovations delivered €1.1billion of revenues; 5.9% innovation rate Accelerated TCM2 cost savings of €300 million Diluted EPS (beia) of €2.75 includes a 10 cent negative impact from revised IAS19 and foreign currency translational movements Organic growth calculations throughout this presentation assume HEINEKEN’s joint venture share of 41.9% of APB prior to

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  • Accounting

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Acc 303 Week 2 Quiz 1

    CAP c. APB d. SEC 52. The role of the Securities and Exchange Commission in the formulation of accounting principles can be best described as a. consistently primary. b. consistently secondary. c. sometimes primary and sometimes secondary. d. non-existent. 53. The body that has the power to prescribe the accounting practices and standards to be employed by companies that fall under its jurisdiction is the a. FASB. b. AICPA. c. SEC. d. APB. 54

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  • Acc 303 Week 2 Quiz 1

    b. CAP c. APB d. SEC 52. The role of the Securities and Exchange Commission in the formulation of accounting principles can be best described as a. consistently primary. b. consistently secondary. c. sometimes primary and sometimes secondary. d. non-existent. 53. The body that has the power to prescribe the accounting practices and standards to be employed by companies that fall under its jurisdiction is the a. FASB. b. AICPA. c. SEC. d. APB. 54. Companies

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  • Acc 303 Week 2 Quiz 1

    b. CAP c. APB d. SEC 52. The role of the Securities and Exchange Commission in the formulation of accounting principles can be best described as a. consistently primary. b. consistently secondary. c. sometimes primary and sometimes secondary. d. non-existent. 53. The body that has the power to prescribe the accounting practices and standards to be employed by companies that fall under its jurisdiction is the a. FASB. b. AICPA. c. SEC. d. APB. 54. Companies

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  • Pase for Small Entities

    APB ETHICAL STANDARD PROVISIONS AVAILABLE FOR SMALL ENTITIES (REVISED) (Revised December 2010) Contents paragraph Introduction Alternative provisions Economic dependence Self review threat – non-audit services Exemptions Management threat - non-audit services Advocacy threat – non-audit services Partners joining an audited entity Disclosure requirements Effective date 1-4 5–6 7 - 11 12 – 14 15 - 19 20 – 23 24 – 26 27 Appendix: Illustrative disclosures ES - Provisions Available

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  • Accounting 501

    pronouncements on accounting practice issued by the Committee on Accounting Procedure between 1939 and 1959; since 1964 they have been recognized as accepted accounting practice unless superseded in part or in whole by an opinion of the APB or an FASB standard. APB Opinions were issued by the Accounting Principles Board during the years 1959 through 1973 and, unless superseded by FASB Statements, are recognized as accepted practice and constitute the requirements to be followed by all business enterprises

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  • Business Combination – Fasb Sfas No. 141 and 142

    two accounting standard, FASB No. 141, business combination, and FASB No 142 goodwill and other intangible assets. FASB main objective is the value the assets and liability at the fair market value which is more realistic that using the cost value. APB opinion No. 16 and FASB No. 38 prescribe two accounting method of business combination which also create some problems of accounting and reporting of goodwill. There were two methods applicable under these standards, the pooling-of-interest method and

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  • History of the Relationship Between Fasb & Iasb

    businesses. This change was made because of the censure of the Accounting Principles Board (APB) The APB fashioned two committees, the Wheat committee, charged with examining the way financial accounting principles would be created, and the Trueblood committee, to verify the objective of the financial statements. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), which took the place of the APB, put into operation the Wheat Committee recommendations and deems the FASB the official body

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  • Intermediate Acc Chapter 1

    Characteristics of FASB. b 59. FASB and "due process" system. b 60. Publications of FASB. c 61. Purpose of FASB Technical Bulletins. d 62. Purpose of Emerging Issues Task Force. b 63. Role of the AICPA. b 64. Pronouncement issued by the APB. c 65. Standard setting organizations. d 66. Identification of standard setting organizations. c 67. Statements of financial accounting concepts. d P68. FASB members. d P69. FASB statement process. d 70. Nature of GAAP. d 71. Body which

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  • Kieso, Chapter 1

    FASB. b 59. FASB and "due process" system. b 60. Publications of FASB. c 61. Purpose of FASB Technical Bulletins. d 62. Purpose of Emerging Issues Task Force. b 63. Role of the AICPA. b 64. Pronouncement issued by the APB. c 65. Standard setting organizations. d 66. Identification of standard setting organizations. c 67. Statements of financial accounting concepts. d P68. FASB members. d P69. FASB statement process. d 70. Nature of GAAP

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  • Blowever

    plays, manuscripts, patents, and copyrights. 2. This Statement supersedes APB Opinion No. 5, "Reporting of Leases in Financial Statements of Lessee"; APB Opinion No. 7, "Accounting for Leases in Financial Statements of Lessors"; paragraph 15 of APB Opinion No. 18, "The Equity Method of Accounting for Investments in Common Stock"; APB Opinion No. 27, "Accounting for Lease Transactions by Manufacturer or Dealer Lessors"; and APB Opinion No. 31, "Disclosure of Lease Commitments by Lessees." 3. This Statement

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  • Convertible Bonds

    interest expense is reduced. 4. Accounting Treatment The Accounting Principles Board (APB) (1969a, p. 1) ruled that convertible bonds “which are sold at a price or have a value at issuance not significantly in excess of the face amount” must be treated in the same manner as other bonds. That is, “no portion of the proceeds from the issuance ... should be accounted for as attributable to the conversion feature” (APB, 1969a, p. 10). The expectation that some or all of the bonds will be converted into

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  • Intermediate Accounting - (Kieso) - 14th Edition - Chapter 1 Test Bank

    Characteristics of FASB. b 59. FASB and "due process" system. b 60. Publications of FASB. c 61. Purpose of FASB Technical Bulletins. d 62. Purpose of Emerging Issues Task Force. b 63. Role of the AICPA. b 64. Pronouncement issued by the APB. c 65. Standard setting organizations. d 66. Identification of standard setting organizations. c 67. Statements of financial accounting concepts. d P68. FASB members. d P69. FASB statement process. d 70. Nature of GAAP. d 71. Body which

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  • Acct537

    Accounting Standard Board (FASB), the American Institute of certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Accounting Principle Board (APB). The SEC Is federal agency established to “help develop and standardize financial information presented to the stockholders” (Kieso 2007 pg. 6). It is responsible to enforce financial principles created. The FASB, the AICPA and the APB are institution formed by the private sector; the SEC believed that standards and principles should be created by the private sectors

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