Event Title

Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards as A Basis For Reliable Financial Reporting

Presenter Information

Elvira PupovicFollow

Session

Management, Business and Economics

Description

Methodological approach to the development of accounting principles from the aspect of collection, classification, system coverage, recognition of all balances and changes in balance sheet items control of accounting information and its processing and presentation would be impossible without accounting techniques and standards.

The paper discusses the contribution of key accounting and financial reporting standards — national and international — to reliable financial reporting and communication in the business world globally. The emphasis of the paper is on the factor and importance of standards in terms of realistic balancing and fair reporting in order to standardize the form and patterns to enable analysis on an international scale.

Financial reporting is a key document for a source of information that is important to all decision makers and it cannot be an end in itself. Financial reporting is not internal accounting (insider information) but a set of financial information for the needs of a wide range of external users, with an attempt to ensure that information asymmetry has the treatment of imperfections and anomalies, not a accidental errors. It is this problem that is solved by a quality financial reporting system.

Qualitative attributes of financial information that are useful in the first level are relevance and credibility, while increased usefulness is achieved if they can be compared at the international level of data exchange. It is therefore necessary, by implementing accounting standards relating to financial reporting, provide comparative analyzes in terms of convergence of accounting policies and practices of countries around the world.

Keywords:

financial reporting, reliable financial reporting, relevance and credibility of financial information, accounting standards, convergence of accounting policies

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.511

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Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards as A Basis For Reliable Financial Reporting

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Methodological approach to the development of accounting principles from the aspect of collection, classification, system coverage, recognition of all balances and changes in balance sheet items control of accounting information and its processing and presentation would be impossible without accounting techniques and standards.

The paper discusses the contribution of key accounting and financial reporting standards — national and international — to reliable financial reporting and communication in the business world globally. The emphasis of the paper is on the factor and importance of standards in terms of realistic balancing and fair reporting in order to standardize the form and patterns to enable analysis on an international scale.

Financial reporting is a key document for a source of information that is important to all decision makers and it cannot be an end in itself. Financial reporting is not internal accounting (insider information) but a set of financial information for the needs of a wide range of external users, with an attempt to ensure that information asymmetry has the treatment of imperfections and anomalies, not a accidental errors. It is this problem that is solved by a quality financial reporting system.

Qualitative attributes of financial information that are useful in the first level are relevance and credibility, while increased usefulness is achieved if they can be compared at the international level of data exchange. It is therefore necessary, by implementing accounting standards relating to financial reporting, provide comparative analyzes in terms of convergence of accounting policies and practices of countries around the world.