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|Share your views on accounting for statutory receivables
|Revised Standards on transfer of functions and mergers approved by the Board
|Charting the course: A preview of key initiatives by the Accounting Standards Board in 2024
|Message from the CEO – In 2024, #voteforchange
|PUBLIC ENTITIES JOIN US FOR A GRAP UPDATE!
|Message from the CEO - Can accounting standards help SA’s budget crisis?
|Message from the CEO - Accounting, ethics, and the fight against corruption
|Message from the CEO - Why government needs to account for its assets
|Message from the CEO - The ladies in leadership at the ASB
|Message from the CEO: What the financial statements say – or not – about fraud and corruption
|Message from the CEO – It’s never too late to fall in love with financial instruments
|Message from the CEO – Don’t discount your discount rates
|Message from the CEO – Don’t forget to breathe
|Message from the CEO - From compliance to integration
|Message from the CEO – When the World is in Crisis, Accounting is More Important Than Ever
|Message from Mrs Shereen Peter
|What’s new at ASB?
|Message from the CEO - ASB practicing what it preaches by publishing simple, understandable financial statements
|SOUTH AFRICA CONTINUES TO FLY THE FLAG HIGH AT THE IPSASB
|Message from the CEO - "The Old Man from Rondeval"
|Message from the CEO - If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail
|Message from the CEO - Ladies leading the way at ASB
|Message from the CEO – Is the public sector ready for the sustainability reporting?
|Message from the CEO - The problem with assets
|Substance over form – when to apply it?
|GRAP Reporting Framework for 2021/22 – what changed?
|When accounting and ethics collide
|Why are we forgetting to apply the basic accounting principle of substance over reform?
|How does the ASB plan on aligning with new international Standards?
|What projects should ASB take onto its work plan?
|Can past decisions about materiality affect future accounting
|Accountants are more important than ever
|Should there be a separate classification for non-current assets that are held for sale?
|New IPSAS 17? What may change?
|Does hindsight affect prior years’ financial statements?
|Who should apply Standards of GRAP and the Modified Cash Standard and for how long?
|Resources available to help you prepare your financial statements
|Recovering from the pandemic
|Who wins? The lawyers or the accountants?
|What are the new accounting requirements for 2021?
|News from IPSASB
|“Small entities”: Should there be different GRAP requirements for them?
|New pronouncements issued by the ASB
|Are all transactions with more than two parties a principal-agent arrangement?
|Are you aware of the proposed changes to GRAP 25?
|Common mistakes in preparing the cash flow statement
|Revision to IPSAS 17
|Do you know what information the public wants and how to report?
|Annexure to newsletter June 2020
|Accounting Implications of Covid-19
|Tips to improve the quality of your entity’s financial statements
|Linked to Newsletter #1
|When is management a related party?
|Why should heritage assets be reported in the financial statements?
|Do you know what statutory receivables are and how to account for them?
|When will the new IFRS Standards on revenue and leases be adopted in the public sector?
|Is your municipality accounting for housing programmes correctly?
|Are you accounting for land correctly
|Are you ready for the Standards of GRAP effective from 1 April 2019
|Linked to Newsletter 77-Are you ready for the new ASB pronouncements that are effective from 1 April 2019
|Improving the quality of accounting policies
|Who we prepare financial statements for?
|Disclosure on newly effective Standards of GRAP
|Should all errors be accounted for using GRAP 3?
|Use of fair value in Standards of GRAP