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Course Project: Portfolio of International Accounting Findings Throughout your course work
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Course Project: Portfolio of International Accounting Findings Throughout your course work, you explored topics such as cost and revaluation models of accounting, revenue recognition, assets and liabilities, translation accounting, consolidated financial
statements, and international taxation. These topics are all an integral part of financial reporting in international accounting. With your course studies in mind, create an 8- to 10-slide PowerPoint Presentation addressing the following: Part One—U.S. and
Foreign Companies Select two companies from the same industry: One international/foreign company operating in the United States (e.g., Nestle) following the IFRSOne U.S. company operating in a foreign country (e.g., Kraft Foods) following the U.S. GAAP Locate
and analyze each company’s financial statements and disclosures. 

Part Two—Topics in International Accounting Select two of the following topics and consider international accounting issues surrounding the topics and companies you selected: Cost and revaluation
models of accounting Analyze each company’s model of accounting. Determine whether the companies use the cost or revaluation models of accounting. Evaluate the implications of each company’s accounting model. Describe how the companies compare to each other.Revenue
recognition Analyze each company’s revenue. Consider the types of revenue the companies generate. Determine which type of revenue is greatest for each company. Evaluate the implications of the differences between IFRS and U.S. GAAP revenue recognition standards
on each company.Assets and liabilities Analyze each company’s financial statements. Consider the types of financial assets and liabilities such as securities and other financial investments they have acquired. Determine whether the investments were acquired
as short-term or long-term investments. Evaluate the implications of these investments on the companies.Translation accounting Analyze each company’s reporting currency. Determine whether the company uses a different reporting currency than its functional
currency. Explain why a company would use a currency other than its functional currency for financial reporting.Consolidated financial statements Analyze the foreign company’s financial statements. Determine whether the foreign company reports its financial
information on a consolidated basis, separate basis, or both. Provide your opinion on whether international standards, like U.S. GAAP, should require companies to report on a consolidated basis.International taxation Analyze each company’s taxation. Consider
how the foreign company is taxed and how the U.S. company is taxed in comparison. Determine each company’s treatment of foreign source income. Evaluate the implications of taxation on each company.
 Part Three—Foreign Financial Statements Identify inherent
issues in analyzing foreign financial statements. Evaluate the impact of these issues on financial reporting in international accounting. Provide recommendations for mitigating these issues.

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  • Course Project: Portfolio of International Accounting Findings Throughout your course work

    Nestle and General Mills Analysis on Nestle and General Mills Abstract:- The below reports contains analysis and discussion on various topics of international accounting standards for the two large companies namely, Nestle and General Mills. At initial stage the introduction about both the companies is given as well as some discussion is done on cost and revaluation model of the company and in general. In addition, revenue recognition policy of the company is described and types of revenue generated by both the companies are mentioned. Difference between IFRS and GAAP related to revenue recognition principle is also provided precisely. Further more, types of assets and liabilities owned by the companies are given as well as translation accounting is also enlightened. International taxation and how both the companies are taxed are also given in detail. Issue regarding the analyzing of foreign financial statements

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