Historical costs are the most widely used measurement base today, but they are generally combined with other measurement bases. [F. 4.56] The IFRS framework does not contain concepts or principles for selecting the basis of assessment to be used for certain elements of financial statements or in certain circumstances. However, individual standards and interpretations provide these guidelines. Verifiability helps to assure users that the information accurately represents the economic phenomena they claim to represent. Verifiability means that many competent and independent observers could reach a consensus, even if it is not necessarily a total consensus, that a given presentation is a faithful presentation. [2.30] While the name of the concept has changed, the underlying nature of the entire package shows that the other changes are minimal. We found the situation as a log puzzle that asks you to find subtle differences between two very similar drawings. As it is difficult to find the differences, one might wonder why the boards changed the name. It is thought to have been more than semantics.
Yes, for example. B, the market value of an asset is $25 million, a reported figure would only be accurate if it is close to it. (Other terms that could be used for this quality may be valid – or precise.) Excluding congruence as a specific element of faithful representation opens the door to say that it is really not that important, despite what is said elsewhere in the framework. In other words, there is no point in validating figures that do not describe the cash flow potential of the reporting entity. Now that the proposed framework makes it clear that relevance is based on the need to help users assess future cash flows, many traditional measures, particularly those that systematically involve historical costs, have no real way of accurately representing this potential. If an indicator does not accurately represent the size of potential cash flows of assets and liabilities, it cannot be useful, regardless of the number of people who have verified the support calculations. In particular, boards wanted to avoid measurement arguments that were once dependent on the importance of „reliability.“ The Councils describe their explanatory statement as follows: „When considering issues related to … The reliability and experience of the standards in assessing reliability were noted by the maps that there were many ideas about what the concept meant. Some voters, for example, focus on verifiability by virtually excluding the true aspect of reliability representation. (S.B BC2.26) The qualitative feature that means that there is a match between a measurement and a real phenomenon is: Use the LINKS and RIGHT arrow keys to navigate between tabs; While the board discussion makes it clear that the audit is not sufficient, it is disappointing that the other components of the faithful presentation do not contain an important point. As has already been said, the proposal mentions three sub-qualities of loyalty: verification, neutrality and completeness. We have no problem with these three, but we regret that the idea of compliance with the verified measure to the actual size of the relevant attribute has been avoided.
In other words, a measure is a faithful representation when it is a reliable representation of what is described in the conclusion. The original framework broken down reliability into qualities of fidelity, verifiability and neutrality, where faithful fidelity to representation involved both completeness and freedom of bias. This time, faSB and iASB suggest that „a faithful representation … Economic phenomena… must be verifiable, neutral and complete. (paragraph QC16) The success of persuasion requires, as SJT shows, monitoring the levels of ego participation and careful monitoring of the problem of the discrepancy between the sender of messages… Despite these interactions, the document makes it clear that the relevance of the report should first be: „If information on a given real economic phenomenon is not relevant to inve decisions