Asset Reval or Impairment – Understanding R12 FA Options

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Changes in financial reporting requirements have transformed the fixed asset accounting framework. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) require fixed assets to be recorded at cost, but there are two accounting models – the cost model and the revaluation model. So what’s the difference, and when should you use each? This session featuring Brian Lewis, Corporate Controller at eprentise, will address fixed asset accounting and reporting under both models and how each is accounted for in Release 12.

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