IFRS and US GAAP: similarities and differences - 2015 edition
This publication provides a broad understanding of the major differences between IFRS and US GAAP, as well as insight into the level of change on the horizon.
IFRS in the US: The importance of being financially bilingual
US public companies will not be required to adopt IFRS in the foreseeable future, but it’s increasingly important for a US capital market participant to be financially bilingual.
The importance of being financially bilingual: How financial reporting differences can affect cross-border deal value
When conducting cross border deals, it’s important to identify potential financial reporting differences to maximize deal value and for understanding how financial reporting and regulatory requirements interact.
Point of view: The future of US standard-setting
This Point of view sets out why the FASB should continue to focus on improving the quality of US GAAP in key areas while preventing further divergence between US GAAP and IFRS when feasible.
US GAAP convergence and IFRS: What you need to know about the FASB and IASB’s joint projects
This compendium of our convergence publications is designed to provide you with a single, customizable reference resource as you manage the potential impact of the proposed standards on your company.
Dataline: Highlights of the 2013 AICPA National Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments
SEC, PCAOB and FASB speakers were among the headliners at the 2013 AICPA Conference. Key themes included quality and transparency for financial reporting and audits.
Mapping the change: IFRS implementation guide
This publication is a component of our IFRS readiness series and services as an implementation guide for the conversion from US GAAP to IFRS.
IFRS illustrative financial statements
Our IFRS publications address commonly asked questions about IFRS. See our various publications for answers to these and other IFRS implementation questions.
IFRS adoption status by country
This PwC publication includes a map and summarizes by country which countries have adopted IFRS.
2011 US IFRS outlook survey: Companies' thoughts on the best timing and methods for incorporating IFRS into the US financial reporting system
This paper summarizes the 2011 US IFRS outlook survey: Companies' thoughts on the best timing and methods for incorporating IFRS into the US financial reporting system.