As the world grows increasingly connected, global accounting standards are converging. Whether practitioners, CFOs, controllers or students, top U.S. accountants know it's essential to understand International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) thoroughly if they are advising their companies (or clients) who do business across borders. Likewise, non-U.S. accountants know they must now understand the nuances of US GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles).
Global Accounting: 2021 and Beyond helps financial professionals worldwide understand the similarities and differences between US GAAP and IFRS. As a result, they're better equipped to advise foreign corporations operating in the U.S. and U.S. companies operating abroad.
Written by Cecil K. Nazareth ACA, CPA, MBA, a widely-respected thought leader in international tax and accounting circles.
A member of the AICPA's International Tax Issues Task Force Nazareth shares his three-decades of international tax and accounting expertise, with a heavy emphasis on small to midsize companies, subsidiaries of foreign parents, and high-net-worth individuals and families across the globe. He's a highly sought-after speaker and university professor for both national and international locations. Tax firms around the world call Cecil to conduct sessions for their teams. He's also the author of International Tax & Compliance Handbook (2018).