FASB proposes when entities should be consolidated

April 1999
Practical Accountant;Apr99, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p42
Trade Publication
Announces the Financial Accounting Standards Board's proposal for releasing a statement that will establish standards on the consolidation and merger of business enterprises in the United States. Provisions of the board's recommendations; Includes creation of a regulatory body; Filing of consolidated financial statements.


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