International Auditing Standards Available For Free

The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) has provided the accounting world with a New Year's gift. Beginning this week, all documents issued by IFAC and the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) are now available for immediate download at no charge. Visitors must simply fill out a one-time registration to gain access to the documents.

IFAC Publications and guidance includes documentation on the following:

  • Auditing & Related Services

  • Education

  • Ethics

  • Financial and Management Accounting

  • Information Technology

  • Public Sector Accounting

  • Small and Medium Practices (SMPs)

  • Other Documents

Register for access to the free publications by going to the IFAC Web site at www.ifac.org.

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