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SPECIAL REPORT: Yes, you can rely on the information

Accountability is a process to hold parties responsible for their actions. One way is through reporting, writes Mariaan Roos Various definitions or explanations of accountability exist. Two definitions that are specifically relevant to this article are those of Fox and Brown (“a process of holding parties responsible for their actions”)1  and Edwards and Hulme (“the…

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VIEWPOINT: Why plan?

“As many as six to seven million formal-sector employees have no access to any formal retirement planning or protection for their families on death or disability and rely on the state.” Retirement reform is going to impact our businesses and employees, and with most employers still in the dark about the payroll consequences of retirement…

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INFLUENCE: The common risks associated with financial reporting

Inaccuracies, inconsistencies, delays, as well as security and distribution issues in the financial reporting process, come at a price, says RHYS ROBINSON In today’s global economy organisations are highly dependent on technology and thus the IT systems in which they invest can play a significant role in overall business success. It therefore makes business sense…

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ANALYSIS: First-time adoption of the accrual basis

Amanda Botha explains how the application of the principles set out in the proposed International Public Sector Accounting Standard will enhance the credibility of a first-time adopter’s financial statements during its transition to full accrual accounting The International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) has recently issued a proposed standard, the First-time Adoption of Accrual…

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