IFRS for SMEs Update 2021/2022
To discuss recent and important updates to the IFRS for SMEs Standard. June 2022
R 575 VAT Incl.
What you will learn
By the end of this webinar the participant should:
- Understand the key differences between IFRS and IFRS for SMEs.
- Understand critical amendments that have been made to the Standard.
- Have practical working knowledge of the Standard.
- Understand how to apply IFRS for SMEs to special circumstances.
- Have the ability to identify opportunities to add value to clients through adopting the Standard.
Certain business transactions require careful consideration when applying the IFRS for SMEs Standard. Examples of these transactions include: transactions involving SMEs under liquidation or under business rescue, contingent liabilities, intangible assets, BEE transactions and deferred tax.
Application of the Standard is not as easy as it looks and compilers could end up in trouble with CIPC and SARS if the presentation and disclosure of these transactions is found to be faulty. In January 2020, the IASB published the Request for Information: Comprehensive Review of the IFRS for SMEs Standard. Prior to this, the Standard had received a handful of critical amendments that became effective for years beginning on or after 1 January 2017.
- Non-subscriber Ad hoc: R575.00 incl. VAT
- Subscriber: Included for free in Accountant in Practice, Accountant in Practice plus Tax, Bookkeeper
- Background and development of IFRS for SMEs.
- Scope and objectives of the Standard.
- Responsibilities of a compiler vs an assurance provider.
- Pervasive principles and elements of financial statements.
- Presentation of financial statements and first-time adoption transition.
- Accounting for:
- PPE, investment properties and intangible assets.
- Inventories and biological assets.
- Impairment, leases, forex transactions and deferred tax.
- Government grants and borrowing costs.
- Financial instruments, business combinations and goodwill.
- JVs, associates and share-based payments.
- Provisions and contingencies.
- Revenue and events after reporting date.
- Common problems, challenges and considerations.
There are no preconditions for this course.
Recorded webinar made available on a specified date
Caryn Maitland CA (SA)
Caryn Maitland is a Chartered Accountant (SA). She has been a member of IRBA as a registered auditor and accountant since 2002, Caryn has lectured Auditing and Accounting at various institutions and has conducted independent workshops and seminars for professional accountants since 2006 on various topics.
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