CHAPTER 1

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Chapter 1
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR FINANCIAL REPORTING
Discussion Question 17
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Understandability
Faithful representation, neutrality
Faithful representation, completeness
Completeness, relevance, comparability
Faithful representation, verifiability
Faithful representation, completeness
Understandability
Relevance, timeliness
Discussion Question 18
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Incorrect, no particular presentation requirements are discussed in the Framework.
Correct
Incorrect, understandability is not an excuse to omit complex information in the financial
statements. Users are expected to possess basic business knowledge and to exercise
diligence.
Correct
Correct
Incorrect, expenses do not involve transactions with owners.
Incorrect, an entity shall not leave its accounting policy unchanged if management
assesses that another method of accounting will more relevantly and reliably present
enterprise performance and financial position.
Incorrect, understandability depends on two factors: the quality of the information and
the characteristics of the users.
Incorrect, an information loses its relevance if it is not communicated early enough for
decision making needs of the users.
Correct
Incorrect, there is no standard form for the presentation of financial statements; the
management prepares the financial statements using form that will best communicate to
users the enterprise’s financial position, performance and other changes in financial
position.
Incorrect, the main objective of consistency is to present actual similarities and differences
between reporting periods and between enterprises, and not to smooth profit.
Incorrect, the financial capital concept does not limit the measurement basis of financial
statement elements to only one type.
Correct
Discussion Question 19
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Fair value (current cost)
Present value
Historical cost and net realizable value
Historical cost and current cost
Historical cost and current cost
Current cost
Current cost
Present value
Historical cost and current cost
Historical cost and net realizable value
Present value
Present value
Combination of historical cost, current cost, present value and realizable value
Historical cost
Present value
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