IFRS for SMEs in Guatemala

Guatemala's College of Auditors and Public Accountants has agreed to adopt the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).

Friday, July 23, 2010

On 13 July, 2010, Guatemala's official government newspaper published the agreement that brings into being the standard. The agreement is found in official note number JD 140042010 from the board of the Guatemalan Institute of Auditors and Public Accountants (IGCPA).

By implication, the description of an SME is now that defined in the corresponding IFRS standard for SMEs, which are companies that have no public accountability obligation. Any financial statements they publish are for general information.

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Accountancy Congress in Nicaragua

May 2014

Accounting professionals in Latin America and other regions will meet in Managua on October 1st-3rd.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants and the American Accounting Association have organized the conference "Integral Training in Support for Economic Development" to be held at the Crowne Plaza Convention Center in Managua, Nicaragua, from 1 to 3 October this year.

Guatemala Tax Calendar for November 2011

November 2011

Repayment schedule for tax liabilities for November 2011, and Tax Memorandum.

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The repayments shown for this month correspond to the liabilities for October 2011.

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IFRS Regulations In Effect in Nicaragua

July 2011

Since June 30th the country has been applying the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for the preparation of financial statements.

The new rules allow companies to submit their accounting information in a simpler, more expeditious manner in line with international regulations.

Panama adopts international standards

August 2008

Panama adopted the International Financial Reporting Standards (NIIF in Spanish) and ordered its publication and use in the preparation of income tax returns.

Resolution No. 201-1369 requires that the preparation of income tax returns for the period that starts in 2008 be based on accounting records that use a system based on the International Financial Reporting Standards for all those companies that have annual sales of $501 thousand to $1 million.

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