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14RU-006 Special purpose financial statements – 30 June warning

14RU-006 Special purpose financial statements – 3...

Directors of entities considered non-reporting entities, and who prepare special purpose financial statements should be aware research recently released by the AASB means more scrutiny by ASIC is likely. Moving to Tier 2 Reduced Disclosure Requirements may be beneficial.


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Key insights

  • AASB Research Report No 1 (RR 1) Application of the Reporting Entity Concept and Lodgement of special purpose financial statements released by AASB.
  • Whilst the research doesn’t change the criteria for assessing whether an entity is a reporting entity, it confirms how challenging applying the concept is, requiring significant judgement by management, directors and auditors. It also highlights circumstances where preparing SPFSs may be questioned.

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