The REALpac ASPE Handbook
The recent significant changes to GAAP in Canada necessitates the publication of an accounting handbook that addresses guidance for enterprises reporting in accordance with IFRS and one that addresses guidance for enterprises reporting in accordance with Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE). REALpac believes that it has a responsibility to provide guidance to the industry on the application of GAAP to enable entities to both reflect the uniqueness of complex transactions and more consistently account for similar transactions.
In order to recognize the need for guidance for non-publicly accountable enterprises reporting under ASPE rather than IFRS, REALpac is now publishing the first edition of the REALpac ASPE Handbook: Recommended Accounting Practices for Real Estate Investment and Development Entities Reporting in Accordance with ASPE.This Handbook blends an understanding of real estate capital and property markets and industry accounting practices with ASPE, to provide readers with a one stop source of currently acceptable ASPE accounting practices for real estate.
To preview the Table of Contents, Introduction, and Section 100, [click here].
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