FASB is making progress on a project that will likely reduce the number of notes companies include in their financial statements.
April 25, 2012
The Financial Accounting Standards Board is inching toward a new position on requirements for financial statement disclosures. Eventually, companies may be able to cut back on the redundant, often unnecessary notes that they attach to financial data. Read more...
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