A Student’s Guide to IFRS is a financial reporting book offering students an innovative way to learn and understand the accounting standards which will prove key to their success both in their studies and accountancy career.
Accounting standards contain important definitions, principles and accounting treatments which must be learned. All of these are covered including The Framework, IAS1, IAS 19, IFRS 10, IFRS 11, IFRS 12 and IFRS 13 in the third edition of this bestselling book. By ensuring that students have a good understanding of what the topic is about, this essential learning stops being a chore.
This book is different from those that teach exam and memory techniques in that it takes such techniques and applies them to a real topic.
Essential reading for all students sitting accountancy exams to international financial reporting standards, this book:
- Makes IFRS/IAS more approachable to students by presenting the information in a user-friendly format
- The first accounting book to ‘colour code’ and group the standards on a ‘need to know’ basis
- Tells the story behind the standards – not just where we are but why
- Focuses on the key ‘need to learn’ bits that are essential for exam room success
- Shows how to apply memory techniques to the subject
- Written by a top tutor in a chatty, down to earth style
- Rated 5* by PQ Magazine
Who is this book suitable for?
- ACCA Students studying papers F7, F8, P2 and/or P7
- CIMA Students studying papers F1, F2 and/or F3
- ICAEW Students
- AAT Students