1 edition of Accounting for Business Combinations: Should Pooling Be Eliminated? found in the catalog.
Accounting for Business Combinations: Should Pooling Be Eliminated?
2000 by DIane Pub. .
Written in English
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Treatment of Goodwill: IFRS v. GAAP. Accounting for Business Combinations 1. Pooling of interest method (eliminated after J ) - uses historical book values to record combinations rather than recognizing fair values of. Untilthere were 2 methods permitted for accounting for business combinations – purchase and pooling 2.
Approximately 90% of the combinations were accounted for using the purchase method. To reconcile accounting for business combinations, and thus avoid disharmony in international accounting standards setting, a new approach to accounting for business combinations appears to be.