Revising Accounting Standards for DFS

Steve CollingsSteve Collings Experienced MentorPosts: 997Registered
Hi All,

For those of you studying DFS you will know that there are a mountain of accounting standards to get your head around. I have published a book called The Core Aspects of IFRS and IAS which strips out all the unnecessary blurb and gets to the 'core aspects' of the IFRS/IAS to save you time on revising.

The book itself does look at every IFRS/IAS in issue, and some of the IFRS/IAS are not examinable at DFS level. The book has been published at an introductory price of £8.70 plus P&P and it might help save you time trawling through pages and pages of text book accounting standards (well hopefully anyway).

Kind regards

steve

Comments

  • AK002AK002 Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,492Registered
    No AAT forums discount then :001_tt2:
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,800Registered
    Steve,

    will this be current for the december exams? i bought the unit 11 book from BPP recently and i am just wondering if anything has changed since the last exams.

    Tracy
  • Steve CollingsSteve Collings Experienced Mentor Posts: 997Registered
    taskey wrote: »
    Steve,

    will this be current for the december exams? i bought the unit 11 book from BPP recently and i am just wondering if anything has changed since the last exams.

    Tracy


    Yes it is relevant for the December sitting. There have been very few technical changes in the last few months.

    Regards

    Steve
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,800Registered
    ok, i think i will order one.

    Tracy
  • kodakoda Feels At Home Posts: 52Registered
    Hi Steve,

    Is this the same as the summary of IFRS and IAS that was available to purchase and download on the accountancy students website?

    Thanks.
  • Steve CollingsSteve Collings Experienced Mentor Posts: 997Registered
    Hi,

    Yes it is similar to the version available as a PDF download. I have made some changes to the book version of the IFRS summaries but nothing too severe - the book is more digestable.

    Kind regards
    Steve
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